Powering A greener Future.

Generating solar power reduces carbon footprint and fossil fuel reliance, paving the way for a greener future with cleaner, more sustainable energy sources for generations to come.

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Harnessing the Power of the Sun

Solar panels harness the abundant energy of the sun, transforming it into clean, renewable electricity. Unlike fossil fuels, which emit harmful greenhouse gases when burned, solar energy offers a clean alternative that reduces our carbon footprint and mitigates the effects of climate change.

Reducing Carbon Footprint

By generating electricity from sunlight, solar panels drastically reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, such as coal and natural gas. This shift away from carbon-intensive energy sources plays a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, helping to combat global warming and its detrimental effects on the environment.

Sustainable Energy for All

One of the most compelling aspects of solar energy is its accessibility. With advancements in technology and decreasing costs, solar power is becoming increasingly affordable and accessible to homeowners, businesses, and communities worldwide. This democratization of energy empowers individuals to take control of their energy consumption and contribute to a sustainable future.

Creating Green Jobs and Economic Growth

The transition to solar energy isn’t just about protecting the environment—it’s also about driving economic growth and creating job opportunities. The solar industry is a rapidly growing sector that provides employment in manufacturing, installation, maintenance, and research. By investing in solar infrastructure, we not only reduce our environmental impact but also stimulate economic development and job creation.

Empowering Energy Independence

Solar panels offer the promise of energy independence, allowing individuals and communities to generate their electricity on-site. This reduces dependence on centralized power grids and volatile energy markets, providing stability and resilience in the face of power outages, natural disasters, and energy crises.

Conclusion: A Brighter Future with Solar Energy

As we navigate the challenges of climate change and environmental degradation, the adoption of solar panels emerges as a beacon of hope for a greener, more sustainable future. By harnessing the power of the sun, reducing our carbon footprint, and empowering individuals and communities, solar energy paves the way towards a brighter tomorrow—one where clean, renewable energy sources power our world in harmony with nature. Join the solar revolution and be a part of building a greener, healthier planet for generations to come.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?
When your solar PV system generates excess energy, where it is supplying all of your home load and then sending energy to the grid, this energy will then be stored in a battery bank and prevent your self generated energy escaping back to the grid. This stored energy can then be used when your demand is greater or in hours of darkness.
What battery do you use?
We use a Lithium-ion battery in our energy storage systems. The Lithium-ion battery will give you a far greater performance, a longer lifespan and a better reward on your investment.
What happens if I’m not at home during the day?
If you are not at home during daylight hours, your solar PV will continue to run your homes energy demand and charge your energy storage system to 100%, ready for when you are home in the evening. This means you can still benefit from green self-generated energy at night time when your solar PV is not generating.
What is the lifespan of the battery system?
Generally, This is dependent upon the charge cycle of the energy storage system. Lithium-ion batteries have a 10-15 year warrantied lifespan. For the best possible aftercare we recommend regular health checks and a full maintenance program.
What happens to excess energy when the batteries are full?
When your batteries are full and your Solar PV is generating more energy than required in your home, the excess energy is then exported back to the grid. They key here is that the system will always make sure excess energy is used to fill the batteries before exporting to the grid. Once full, all excess energy can be exported, where you are eligible to claim payment from an SEG distributor. Call our friendly experts to find out more on the SEG scheme.


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