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Old Mar 12th 2015, 3:51 pm   #1
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Dear chaps, I want to get your comments.
We have a summer house in Didim. Electricy prices are around 0.10 GBP/kwh.
We are planning to install solar PV this summer. Have already checked with solar dükkan and have been informed that 2 options are applicable: ongrid solar and offgrid solar. Which one you recommend for Turkey?

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Old Mar 13th 2015, 7:24 am   #2
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Default Re: Solar energy in Turkey

I did it. Both are ok but the only diff. is total installation time. If you go for solar dükkan's state approved ongrid solar power it will take roughly 3 months to complete all paper works to connect photovoltaics to the grid. Turkish solar dükkan's offgrid solar energy option can be installed within next day following to your purchase; its a DIY one solar and can be installed in 2 hours such as an IKEA product.

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