Solar PV

What is Solar PV?

We specialise in installing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, a sustainable and cost-effective solution for powering your home. Solar power harnesses the energy from the sun and converts it into electricity, which can be used to run appliances in your household. 

The best part is that any excess energy generated by the solar panels can be either sold back to the grid or stored in a battery, resulting in substantial savings on your energy bills and a reduction in carbon emissions. 

Whether you have a sloping roof, a flat roof, or even available ground space, we offer flexible installation options to accommodate various roof types and locations. 

With minimal maintenance requirements and advanced technology, these solar systems are virtually self-cleaning, ensuring maximum energy production as often as possible. 

Make the switch to solar and enjoy the benefits of clean, renewable energy for your home.

The number of panels needed varies from person to person and property to property. It primarily depends on the size of the area you have available, such as your roof space. Another crucial factor is how much energy you use and when you need it. It’s not as straightforward as saying, “I use 10,000 kWh per year, so just fit a system to meet that.” Keep in mind that panels generate less energy during winter, which might coincide with when you use the most energy. To determine your requirements accurately, take a closer look at your appliances and when you use them. Do you have additional electricity-intensive devices like an electric car or hot tub? Building your solar system around your specific energy needs and considering your lifestyle adjustments can help you maximize the benefits of Solar PV.

Solar panels harness electricity from daylight. The brighter the sunlight, the more efficiently they operate. While direct sunlight is ideal and works well during winter months, it’s important to note that the days are shorter, and the weather may not always be optimal, which can limit the amount of electricity generated. Nevertheless, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the impressive capabilities of modern equipment and how much energy you can generate even under less-than-perfect conditions.

You don’t have to inform your energy provider when you install solar panels. However, if you plan to sell the excess energy back to the grid and receive payments through the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG), it’s worth noting that these payments will typically come from your energy provider.

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