Demand hots up for solar panels

Solar energy may not appear to be in plentiful supply in Ireland, but companies selling solar panels are reporting rapidly-growing demand for their products.

16th July, 2005

Solar energy may not appear to be in plentiful supply in Ireland, but companies selling solar panels are reporting rapidly-growing demand for their products.

There are two types of solar panel systems on the Irish market: those designed to supply heat, and those that generate electricity. According to Mark Threadgold, sales director of Systemlink, which deals in solar panels for heating water, there are cost savings to be had by converting to solar power.

“Even...

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