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Future-proofing for PV

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  • 28-08-2022 10:23am
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    Have purchased a house and doing some renovation work ATM. PV panels are in the Todo list for the medium term so want to put in place whatever's required to prevent ripping up floors or walls in future.

    The main electrical panel is located in a utility room, beneath a bedroom, which is going to be internally insulated. So, I'm thinking it makes sense to run a conduit behind the insulated plasterboard from the attic to the utility room. My question is, how big should this conduit be? Would a standard 20mm one be enough to hold whatever's required?



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