La Question Echo, in partnership with our colleagues from the newspaper L’Écho, reported on Friday on the profitability of photovoltaic panels, on which some rush, while others hesitate to make this investment because they fear not never be able to make it profitable.
“There is currently a real rush for photovoltaic panels, and as long as energy prices remain high, this demand is unlikely to weaken.explained Caroline Sury. As a result, the deadlines keep getting longer, to the point that some installers no longer even accept new customers. Clearly, between the signing of the order form and the placement of your panels, it takes a period of nine to ten months, which brings us to the month of June. So, beware if a contractor offers you much shorter deadlines.”
Race against time
It’s even a race against the clock for the Walloons: “It is high time to look for and find a firm that can provide you with an installation before the deadline of December 31, 2023. Indeed, only Walloon households who have had their installation installed and accepted before 2024 will be able to continue to benefit from the meter. which runs backwards until 2030, i.e. the compensation mechanism that allows you to make your investment profitable more quickly“.
And at the same time, theThe prices of these facilities are busy climbing: “pthe longer you wait, the saltier the bill will be“. For a quote requested from an installer in January, the total bill was €8,470. At the beginning of September, the bill for the same installation this time was €11,190, a difference of €2,720 €, almost 30% increase.