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Why do I need a 10kW Solar Panel System?

If you, like many other UK homeowners, are considering installing a solar panel system on your property, you may be wondering what size you may need to purchase. Knowing how much power your household uses is pivotal to ensuring that your solar panel system is generating enough electricity to keep your household running.

Solar systems come in a variety of different sizes, including: 2kW, 4kW, 6kW, 10kW, and 12kW. If you are considering purchasing a 10kW solar system, then you more than likely have either a large residential property, or a small business. This is because a 10kW solar system has the ability to generate electricity to a greater extent compared to most solar systems on the market. If you require a large power output, this size system will do the job.

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Our Solar PV Design Process

Our team of reliable solar panel installers near you are able to work out how solar PV will transform your household before we install panels at your home. After we’ve designed your system, we’ll be able to telly ou all the key details like the full cost of your solar panels, and how soon you can expect to see a return on your investment.

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Nothing is hidden from you throughout. No surprise costs or hidden fees. Just open and honest communication about the unique solar systems we’ve created for you.

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How much will a 10kW solar system cost?

There are many factors that can influence the final price of a solar panel system. The following elements will have a significant impact on the cost of your solar system:

  • The amount of solar panels you require.
  • The type of system you wish to install in your house.
  • The number of solar batteries you will need.
  • What solar inverter you select.
  • Additional labour and installation costs.


However, to give you a general idea on how much a 10kW solar system may cost you, the predicted average cost of this type of solar system is around £22,600. In order to receive the full details regarding how much a solar panel system will cost to power your home, our customer service team at ESE Group will be able to provide you with all the necessary details when you reach out.

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How much money can I save by using solar panels?

The level of savings that a solar panel system could bring to your household is entirely dependent on two factors: how much energy your solar panels can produce and how much of that energy you use. The more energy you demand of your solar panel system, the less money you may be able to save.

Due to the variable nature of energy requirements, which will typically peak and trough throughout the year, it is almost impossible to predict how much money you could save. However, to give you a general idea as to how much a 10kW solar system could save you on a daily, monthly, and annual basis, we have included a table below:

Predicted savings of a 10kW solar panel system
PeriodAverage potential savings
Daily basis£14
Monthly basis£412
Annually£5,011

These figures should be taken as a guideline only, as you may be able to save more or less. Another important saving you must take into consideration is the payback period. Typically, a 10kW solar panel system will pay for itself between 5 to 10 years after installation. In most cases, solar panel systems have a predicted lifespan of between 25 to 30 years, which means you make a lot of savings following the payback period.

10kW Solar System Advantages

Reduce Your Energy Bills

Whether it is concerning residential properties or small businesses, by installing a solar panel system on your property you can see a reduction in your electricity bills. As energy costs continue to spiral due to the energy and cost of living crisis’, everyone is looking for ways to reduce their bills. By utilising your own solar power, you can limit your electricity costs.

Become More Energy Independent

Installing solar panels on your property provides you with the opportunity to become more energy independent. You will no longer be completely reliant on the National Grid to fulfil your energy needs. This means you will be less vulnerable to risks including the rise of energy costs, or power outages. Instead, you will have your own power supply, and when paired with a solar battery storage system, you will also have a backup supply as well.

Minimise Your Carbon Footprint

Aside from the cost related benefits, one of the biggest advantages of solar panel systems is the environmental benefits that come with them. Instead of relying on the electricity provided by the National Grid, which is created through the burning of fossil fuels, your home will be powered with solar energy. Not only is it more environmentally friendly to produce, but it is also a renewable energy source.

10kW Solar System Disadvantages

High Initial Investment Costs

While solar power can save you money in the long run, investing in a solar panel system will come with a high initial cost. If you wish to invest in any energy efficiency method, you must be ready to pay the price to invest in your future. However, over time, solar panels will pay for themselves, and we can also help with solar panel finance options to help you spread the cost.

Roof Space Limitations

In order to produce enough energy to power your household, you must install the right amount of solar panels on your property. Typically, solar panels are installed on the roof space of properties, as this limits the risk of damage occurring and obstacles obstructing their ability to capture sunlight. However, several factors then need to be taken into consideration.

If your property does not have enough available roof space to install the required amount of solar panels, then your solar system may not be able to power your home effectively. Additionally, if you require a large amount of solar panels (like a 10kW system would) then you may accrue greater labour costs, as installation will take longer.

Reliance On Good Weather

All solar panel systems are reliant on good weather and sun exposure in order to produce solar power. If you live in an area that does not see a great deal of sun exposure, or perhaps there are obstacles that will block your solar panels from capturing sunlight, then this type of energy efficiency method may not be the ideal choice. However, it is important to note that all solar panels can operate on overcast days, they will simply not be as efficient, and our installers will be on hand to advise about the best positions for your solar system when designing your solar array.

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10kW Solar System FAQs

Some of the most common questions about a 10kW solar system are answered for you here…

If you are looking to install a 10kW solar system on your property, then you must have enough available roof space to install the necessary amount of solar panels. Typically, a 10kW system will need between 25 to 40 panels, depending on the size of the panels themselves.

In terms of roof space, this will mean that you will need between 47m² and 76m² of available space to install the required amount of panels to your property.

For those that are not familiar with solar panel systems, you may be wondering whether you need to purchase a solar battery. In short, you do not require a solar battery in order to have a functional solar panel system. However, solar batteries provide a host of benefits to any system.

A solar battery storage system provides a battery backup if your solar panels do not produce enough power output to keep your house running as normal. Instead of deferring back to the National Grid, you can rely on your battery storage. This also provides you with additional protection if you were to experience a power outage.

On average, a solar battery will last between 5 to 15 years. This means that you may need to purchase at least two during your solar panel system’s lifetime.

Unlike a solar battery, a solar inverter is a requirement for any functioning solar panel system. This is because solar panels create direct current (DC) when they capture sunlight, however this type of current cannot be used to power household appliances and devices. Instead, you need your inverter to convert the DC into alternating current (AC) which is compatible with your everyday appliances.

Unlike your solar panels, an inverter will last you between 10 to 12 years. So you may need to purchase at least two during your solar panel system’s lifespan.

The amount of electricity a solar panel system can produce is highly dependent on the amount of sunlight they are able to capture. According to the UK Government, for the past three years, the UK has seen between 4.1 to 4.9 hours of sunlight each day, on average.

If your solar panels were to see 4.4 hours of sunlight in one day, your 10kW solar system will be able to produce 44kW of electricity. You will then need to work out how much electricity your household uses to understand whether that will fulfil your requirements. ESE Group’s solar panel specialists will be able to help you work this out when you contact us about your solar system’s design.

Taking into consideration the fact that a 10kW solar system is one of the largest available on the market, there is a chance that you will have excess electricity. The probability of this occurring is even higher during the summer months, when your household may experience a decrease in demand on its electricity resources.

Previously, the UK Government offered the feed in tariff scheme which provided households with payments for the electricity they generated using systems including solar panels, wind, and hydro turbines. However, the scheme has since ended and been replaced by the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG), which is also backed by the Government.

The SEG scheme works in a very similar way to its predecessor. If you have any excess electricity that you have created using a renewable energy system, like a solar panel system, you will be able to sell that electricity back to the National Grid.

Depending on your living conditions, you may be wondering which type of solar panel system is best for your household, a hybrid or on-grid system.

  • On-grid system: Rather self-explanatory, an on-grid solar panel system is connected to the National Grid. During the day, your solar panels will power your household using the sunlight that they capture. Then, at night when your panels cannot capture sunlight, you will rely upon the Grid to power your household as you once did.
  • Hybrid system: A hybrid solar panel system is exactly the same as the on-grid version, but it also features a solar battery, meaning you rely on the National Grid far less frequently. This will allow you to only use the National Grid supply in rare circumstances as you will be able to rely upon your solar panels producing electricity as you use it, or the stored electricity from the battery during the night-time or overcast days.

Solar panels systems have a predicted lifespan of between 25 to 30 years. Typically, when you purchase a solar system, it will come with a warranty that will last around 25 years as standard. This aims to provide you with peace of mind after making the expensive investment.

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