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Welcome to the home page of NWMONLINE.

What does NWM Online do and who are we?

NWM Online used to be Northumbria Wealth Management and were Independent Financial Advisers, until David retired in July 2009 and subsequently closed the associated Limited Company down.

However we always designed and created our own websites and now we simply run and maintain those and offer free support to some 'friends' and a Classic Car Club.

Web Sites developed by Dave and still actively run:

OSL 282 My personal Citroen Traction Avant Restoration Blog

Other Web Sites developed by Dave:

NECPWA Created and built on a voluntary basis to the Classic Car Club I belong to.

NECPWA North Again created and built on a voluntary basis to the Classic Car Club I belong to.

We have no plans to develop any more websites, either on a paid or voluntary basis as we really don't have the time, or inclination! and would rather enjoy our retirement.

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On the old website we did have information about the generation we have achieved from our 22 panel SolarPv array on our East facing roof.

For those that were following it, here are the figures which show how variable the sunshine can be in South East Northumberland, season to season, year by year.

SolarPv Generation Chart

Over the 72 months that the system had been installed, working and owned by us until July 25th 2016, we had received a total of £9,189.62 in Fits Payments, which equates to 59.3% of the installation costs tax free, plus the savings on our monthly Electricity bills so yes, it had been a very worthwhile investment.

However, we have now sold the actual system to a 3rd party Free Your Tariff for a cash lump sum plus a 4.8kw battery backup pack.

We have recouped more than our initial outlay when you add in the Fits payments received to date to the cash sum we received plus the value of the storage battery pack, still retain the reduction in electricty bills the Solar PV system gives and will reduce our future bills by storing and using generation the system gives via the battery storage system (the system is setup to charge the batteres 1st, then power the house, then export to the grid any unused energy).

Looking at the graph it looks like we have either had a poor summer so far (as of 19th July 2017) or the battery backup system is working effectively to store some of the energy produced. At this time it's still too early to say for certain which it is.

It's still a 'win win' situation though as far as we are concerned.

Please Note: Subsequent system installations qualified for a smaller Fit payment, but cost less to install as prices reduced considerably and from 2016, incentives for new Domestic Installations ceased to be paid.

Last Update: 19th July 2017

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