£ 50

Typical monthly cost of Loop Solar installed on your roof

**NEW** Talk to us about Loop Solar installations - solar with the problems taken out

Solar would make a lot of sense for a lot of people.

Clean, green, home-grown power is best.  So why don’t more people have it?  Three main reasons:

  1. High up-front costs – typically £5-6k for a 4kW installation
  2. Uncertainty over ROI – calculations typically based on (gu)estimates
  3. Hassle – where to even start?

We begin testing Loop Solar installations this summer.  Solar with the problems taken out.

Key features:

  • Free solar installation – no up front costs
  • All-you-can-eat solar power – use as much as you can
  • Household CO2 emissions reduced by 1.5 tonnes per year
  • Lower electricity bills from your utility – because now you’re growing your own power AND you get the Smart Export Guarantee payments.
  • Fixed monthly fee paid to Loop – will be less than the amount you save on your regular bill
  • This all adds up to a big dent in your carbon footprint, increased self-sufficiency AND lower energy costs.    

If you’re interested in finding out more, just link Loop to your smart meter and follow the steps below to see if Loop Solar would make sense for you.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

How to get Loop Solar

How to use the Solar Simulator to discover if solar makes sense for you

Step 1: Link Loop to your Smart Meter for free

Link Loop to your smart meter for free. This gives us the numbers we need to calculate whether solar would work for you.

To link Loop to your smart meter we use payment card details registered to your address to confirm your identity. That’s all we use your card for. We do not take any payment and we do not store any card details. It is important for us to be clear about that. If you do not have a bank card registered at this address, don’t worry, there is another way for us to get you linked up using your smart meter’s in-home display. Just set up your account with your email address and we’ll guide you through.

After you’ve signed up, it generally takes a few hours to establish the link to your smart meter – this is beyond our control and we will update you on progress via email.

Once Loop is linked, it’s time to start exploring the app and seeing whether solar would work for you.

Step 2: Unlock the solar simulator in the Loop app

If you’ve had your smart meter installed for more than 7 days, we should have access to enough data to unlock the solar simulator almost immediately.

Follow the in-app instructions to add your tariff details and some details about your home.  Shortly after that the solar sim magic begins.

Check back in your Track section with the simulator turned on to see how much solar power you would have produced for any day, week or month, how much you would have saved and the difference a battery would have made.

This is calculated using your actual usage data combined with real historic weather and irradiance data – you won’t find a better guide to how solar would work for you.  This is unique, accurate and FREE!

Step 3: Now explore the solar playground

If you’ve had your smart meter installed for more than 90 days, the solar playground will unlock the day after you sign up.  This feature tells you exactly how self-sufficient you would be with different sized solar arrays and batteries.  Again, this is data-driven and the results may surprise you.

If you like what you see, then use the link in the Solar Playground to book a callback from the Loop Solar installations team to find out more.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Need more convincing?

We’ve got lots of great articles on the benefits of solar on our Blog.  Take a look here.

Loop: The Smart Way to Go Green

Loop is an innovative energy-saving system that monitors and analyses your energy use, then shows you easy ways to use less.  On average, Loop households cut their electricity use by 10%.  Through our app and data-driven, personalised advice, we support efficiency improvements and the installation of solar.

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