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Take control of your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint simultaneously. We can help you to make money each month by selling unused electric back to the grid.
We can install solar panels to your home or business premises to generate a direct current of electricity. This is then passed through an inverter to convert it into an alternating current, which can then be used by the home or business, stored by a solar battery storage system or funnelled into the National Grid.
Solar PV panels are manufactured with photovoltaic cells that convert the sun’s energy into electricity. The cells are sandwiched between layers of semi-conducting materials such as silicone. Each layer has different electronic properties that energise when hit by photons from sunlight, creating an electric field. This is known as the photoelectric effect this creates the current needed to produce electricity.
Helping our clients understand their energy usage and provide alternatives for better efficiency and performance, while demonstrating your commitment to the environment. We can help you achieve energy independence -by reducing your usage of imported fossil fuels and price caps.
We are a small company committed to making you big savings on your business energy costs. Harnessing solar power to run your business reduces the amount of energy that you use from the grid which in turn lowers your bills and you can also sell back any unused power.
Solar PV panels generate electricity from radiation from the sun, not temperature, heat or direct sunlight, they react to the visible light spectrum. This means, if it is light enough to see, there is enough light for solar panels to start generating electricity. But the stronger the sunlight, the better.
A solar energy-storage system, also called a home or solar battery you can store the electricity your solar panels generate during the day and use it at night or on cloudy days. Battery storage makes the most of your solar-generated energy and helps cut your energy bills.
Solar panels produce more electricity in summer, which can make it seem like they need warmer weather to work. But this isn’t the case – it’s just that stronger sunlight and warmer temperatures often go hand in hand.
In fact, if the temperature gets too hot (or too cold), solar panels become less efficient. Because we get over 8 hours of sunlight a day all year round and don’t often experience extreme temperatures, the UK is quite well suited to solar power.