Solar PV Panels

Solar cells, also called photovoltaic (PV) cells by scientists, convert sunlight directly into electricity. PV gets its name from the process of converting light (photons) to electricity (voltage), which is called the PV effect. 

Why should I choose PV?

Traditional solar cells are made from silicon, are usually flat-plate, and generally are the most efficient. Second-generation solar cells are called thin-film solar cells because they are made from amorphous silicon or nonsilicon materials such as cadmium telluride. Thin film solar cells use layers of semiconductor materials only a few micrometers thick. Because of their flexibility, thin film solar cells can double as rooftop shingles and tiles, building facades, or the glazing for skylights.

  • • System stability and independency from the grid
  • • Protects against energy price volatility allowing you to fix tomorrow’s energy costs today
  • • Low visual impact and zero noise pollution
  • • Promotes Environmental responsibility
  • • Reduces your reliance on fossil fuels
  • • Can help to reduce your electricity bills
  • • Contributes to a sustainable future
How it Works

​Your solar panels will collect daylight and turn it in to usable power in the form of DC electricity. The panels on your roof will generate electricity even on cloudy days.
​An inverter then turns that DC electricity in to AC power to use in your home. Inverters typically get placed in your garage or utility room near your fuse board and are typically about the size of an A4 sheet of paper.
The electricity is then fed through a meter and into your home’s consumer unit or fuse board where it then powers your home through your sockets and lights.

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