Solar PV Panels
Join the Solar PV revolution and not only will you enjoy a greener way to power your home, you can also save up to 50% on your current electricity bills. Installation is quick and easy and you’ll enjoy a silent, odourless and maintenance free system that will also improve your home’s BER rating. So why not request your free site survey today and see how Solar PV can benefit you?
Free, Guaranteed Electricity: Our Solar PV systems carry a 20 year guarantee, meaing you’ll be getting free electricity guaranteed over that period.
Heating your water: As well as producing electricity for use all around the home, when there is an excess of supply, it will heat your water before being exported to the grid.
Saves the environment: Solar PV helps reduce the emission of CO2 and reduce the need for electricity generation from fossil fuels and therefore protects the environment.
Electricity from solar photovoltaic panels
Solar panels that produce electricity are known as solar photovoltaic (PV) modules. These panels generate DC electricity when exposed to light.
If you want to generate electricity from light using solar technology there are a number of factors to consider. This page focuses on those technologies that generate electricity from light. Learn about these and why solar PV technologies are best suited for use in Ireland.
Hot water from solar thermal collectors
Solar panels that produce hot water are known as solar thermal collectors or solar hot water collectors. There are a range of technologies which transform the energy from the sun into hot water.
Typical well-installed systems will provide up to 60% of your annual hot water demand.
Yes, there are more than one hundred satisfied users. Output is in line with daylight hours and in total is similar to South Wales.
Not at the moment, the scheme is not open to new entrants.
A diverter will ensure excess solar electricity is sent to your immersion heater with twin benefits of ‘free hot water and no spillage to the grid.
Solar thermal should produce plentiful hot water in the warmer months. However it does require regular maintenance and will not reduce your electricity bill.
Provide us with your Eircode or GPS co-ordinates. From that we can normally see the space available for modules and confirm the price. Before installation we will make a survey visit to check the roof and decimal system.
Normally we will complete a domestic premises in one day. Most work is outside the house, there is some work inside as we have to connect into the fuseboard.
Planning rules state that for more than 12 m2 of ‘solar panels’ you need PP We have had no refusals and can help you or you architect with sketches and scale drawings.