Solar Panels Armagh

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The map of Ireland on this page clearly shows the potential for solar power generation in Ireland and that County Armagh is well-positioned to use the power of the sun using solar panels. The darker colours along the east coast are the best areas.

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Armagh is known as the ‘Orchard County’ due to its abundance of orchards. Armagh’s orchards are situated on low drumlin hills, these fertile, well-drained slopes offer optimal plant nutrition. Their south-facing orientation protects against frost and maximizes exposure to sunlight. There are 250 commercial growers in County Armagh, supplying the cider, bakery and fresh markets.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for a Dwelling in Armagh:

An example of energy assessment is the Energy Performance Certificate for a property in Armagh, specifically 3 Beech Park, Portadown. The assessment was conducted using the Reduced Data Standard Assessment Procedure (RdSAP) for existing dwellings. Date of assessment: 19 April 2011

  • The dwelling in question has electric storage heaters as the main heating type and covers an area of 59 square meters.
  • Here are some key energy-related details:
    • Approximate energy use588 kWh/m² per year
    • Approximate CO2 emissions104 kg/m² per year
    • Energy Efficiency Rating:
      • Current: 48 (out of 100)
      • Potential: 61 (out of 100)
      • The rating scale ranges from B (81-91) to G (1-20), with higher ratings indicating better energy efficiency.
    • Estimated annual costs:
      • Lighting: £38
      • Heating: £621
      • Hot water: £194

Sport NI Renewable Energy Fund has announced their list of selected 44 clubs to avail of a 1 million pound National Lottery investment for 2023/24 which seeks to reduce the environmental impact of sports clubs throughout the province. The clubs in Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon area include St Mary’s Granemore GAA, Clonmore Robert Emmets CLG, Lurgan Town Football Club, and Clann Na Banna CLG. 

Solar Share Limited look forward to supporting the people of Armagh in the journey to take full advantage of renewable energy and solar power in particular.

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