Electric cars cut solar payback times in half, says British Gas

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Figures suggest fuel savings and feed-in tariff payments mean solar panels pay for themselves in four to five years

Electric car drivers could slash the payback time of installing solar panels to under five years, according to British Gas figures released last week. The Centrica-owned utility has based its analysis...

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