Solar power is not only good for the planet, but good for your finances. Companies with solar arrays begin the journey on day 1
Every self produced unit of electricity will save you money for the >25 years the panels will be operating, unused units will return to the grid and generate a payment through the new Smart Export Guarantee.
Our systems are designed to give you benefits from day one as well as providing long term energy security. Sustainability is our ethos, compromises that could affect the security of your investment represent a false economy.
We install inverters free from electrolytic or film capacitors in their products. These components are the weakest point in solar PV systems and by insisting on better technologies we are reducing the possibility of expensive downtime, possible call-out costs from engineers and delays while manufacturers replace units. Cheaper inverters may come with long warranties but incur greater ongoing O&M costs.
The high-quality fixing systems we use don’t just reduce the stress on the solar components but on your roof as well. Reducing your risk of roofing repairs is paramount – the system will likely be installed for many decades to come.
The panels we recommend are from top, bankable brands and all panels supplied are certified through rigorous testing to meet a range of IEC standards. This ensures safe, reliable operation and complete resilience to decades of exposure to all extremes of weather, resistant to corrosive elements such as salt mist and ammonia. We select panels built to minimise micro-fracturing of the crystalline which over decades of abuse will gradually reduce a solar panel’s power production capacity.
Our commercial customers report exceptionally high satisfaction levels and would be pleased to provide references to our future clients.
The Smart Export Guarantee
As of January 1st 2020, the smart export guarantee is in operation for homes and businesses in the UK. It works in a similar way to the feed in tariff: any unused solar can be sold back to the grid, using a metering system at around 5.5p per kWh.