Solar PV Panels Save Energy & Earn You Money: Save At least 50% to 100% on energy bills!


It’s a fact! Using Solar Energy will cut your bills in half! That is, at the very least, if you installed a 3kW Solar PV Panel system. You can approximate that, based on an average amount of sunlight, the system would create 450 kWh per month. That’s about half of your monthly electric bill. Estimating that your bill is at £100, your initial investment will save you approximately £50 a month and so on every month for the life of your solar panel system.

Our company is always looking at inventive technology that makes a difference to people’s lives. We anticipate that over time you could save significantly on your electricity bills. In some cases even generate 100% of your own power and earn money for the additional energy you don’t use using Solar PV Panels!

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How Solar PV Panels work!

Get in touch now to learn more about Solar PV Panels / Photovoltaic Panels (or PV for short), generates electricity by using daylight. When the electricity generated by the solar panels silicon solar cells is not being used, it can be sold back to your energy supplier.

This is then transported to the national grid. With Solar PV Panels this process is carried out silently and the entire system is virtually maintenance free.

Your solar panels produce clean electricity helping to protect the environment.

What is Solar Power a Solar PV Panel or a Solar Photovoltaic System?

Solar PhotoVoltaic systems use solar panels to absorb and directly convert sunlight into electricity, a solar inverter to change the electrical current from Direct Currents to Alternating Currents (DC to AC) for use in the UK. Solar PV Panels collect solar energy to convert daylight into electricity.


Heat drawn from the outside air can be used to heat your radiators, underfloor heating systems, or warm air convector heater and hot water supply for your own use.


This process replaces the need for your electricity or gas company to supply energy to you. At the same time this reduces the energy bills you may have by using the free energy collected from the sun during normal daylight hours. What’s more, it does not require a cloudless sky to work!

There are two types of solar panel.


'Solar PV Panels' are photovoltaic solar panels (known more commonly as Solar PV) which catch the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity to power your home’s gadgets, appliances and lighting. With Solar PV you can earn money by generating your own electricity through the ‘feed-in tariff’ and so as a result save on your electricity bills. According to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (formerly the DECC), over half a million British homes have panels installed.

‘Solar Thermal Panels’ instead use the energy differently making it possible to use the solar power of sunlight to heat water. This in turn will cut down your heating bills. No matter which kind of Solar Panel is installed, to either generate heat or electricity, you will need a specific kind of Solar Collector.

Both types of solar systems are solutions for harnessing renewable energy, and no matter which one you choose you'll be contributing towards environmental protection. In particular, by installing Solar Thermals there will be a reduction in CO2 emissions by not using fossil fuels.

Solar PV Panels – Health Benefits - Solar energy reduces respiratory and cardio health issues.


One of the biggest benefits of solar energy is that it results in very few air pollutants.


An analysis by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) found that by converting to solar energy it would significantly reduce nitrous oxides, sulfur dioxide, and particulate matter emissions, all of which can cause health problems.


Among other health benefits, solar power results in fewer cases of health issues such as chronic bronchitis, and respiratory and cardiovascular problems.


No Maintenance Required - Solar panels require very little maintenance. Once the panels are installed, you just need to check once in a while that they are still relatively clean, and keep an eye on whether nearby trees are beginning to overshadow the Solar PV Panels.

Independent of Grid - Solar panels are ideal for homeowners living in remote areas where extending their energy supply to the electricity power grid would be too expensive. Solar Panels are therefore an affordable and effective solution for isolated homes within the rural parts of the country.

Solar PV Panels are a Greener way to heat your home and is subsided by the UK gov RHI Scheme !

Did you know… the UK government backs solar energy by giving you money to install solar! Save energy with solar power and generate your own completely free electricity. Anticipated earnings of over 15% on any outlay you make are expected.


Using just a 4kWp installation of solar photovoltaic panels to generate electricity, under the current UK government feed-in tariff rates they could generate you an income of £770 a year. The Energy Saving Trust, which provided these figures, said that households could earn £555 a year for generating the electricity, as well as £90 a year selling excess power back to the energy companies. The Trust estimated that savings on electricity bills would add another £125 a year. So an average 4kWp system could save around £750 a year!