Solar Area

Solar PV

Many people think that our British climate isn’t good enough to warrant solar panels, but they are wrong. Solar panels take heat from the sun even on cloudy days, so even when they are not working full strength they are adding to your electricity supply and therefore lowering your consumption of electricity from the grid.

Solar Panels and what do they do ?

Photovoltaic panels take the photons released from the sun and absorb them into the solar cells in the panel which then turn into electrons. The electrons are then converted into electricity. It doesn’t have to be sunny - solar panels work when it’s cloudy too.

The electricity collected by the panels is stored in an inverter, which can be put into the loft or a garage and if you don’t use all your electricity, you can sell it to the national grid – which means you save and make money at the same time!

Solar panels aren’t an alternative to your electricity supply, they are an addition to it, meaning that you use less electricity from the grid, giving you substantial savings.

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