Solar Together is back for Oadby & Wigston residents!

Published: Monday, 24 June 2024

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*Shared in partnership with Solar Together

Considering solar panels for your home or business but don’t know where to start?

Thanks to the council-backed scheme "Solar Together," installing solar panels on your rooftop has become easier than ever. The new edition of the scheme is now open for registration in Oadby & Wigston, allowing more residents to benefit from solar panels and battery storage.

Solar Together is a community-led scheme that aims to facilitate the transition to solar energy for households in Oadby & Wigston. The scheme brings local residents together to secure a better price for solar panels and battery storage, making it more affordable for everyone involved.

By joining the scheme, property owners can get a competitive price on high-quality products and installations from a vetted provider. The registration and installation process is hassle-free, making it an excellent choice for anyone who wants to switch to solar energy and save money.

The Process is Simple:

  1. Register: Express your interest for free at
  2. Auction: Solar Together holds a reverse auction where pre-vetted installers compete to offer the best price.
  3. Personal Recommendation: Receive a tailored offer based on your home and energy needs.
  4. Decision: Decide at your convenience, with support available for any queries.
  5. Savings: Enjoy reduced energy costs with your new solar setup.

Learn more and register here!

Installers are vetted and MCS accredited. All installations are backed by a 10-year insurance guarantee

Solar Together Leicestershire has helped install nearly 400 solar panels in Oadby & Wigston, reducing CO2 emissions and promoting sustainable homes. The initiative is expected to help avoid over 720,000 kilos of carbon emissions over 25 years.

Participants like Michael Ellis from Oadby (who installed 9 panels and battery storage) praise the service and the tangible benefits of their solar installations. "Everything seemed to work efficiently in the arrangements." said Michael.