Applications of Solar Panels
Both residential and commercial properties are well suited to Solar PV panel systems and we have a team of experts trained to help you determine where best to place an array for maximum effect. These experts are also equipped with state-of-the-art design software that enables them to design the most cost effective and efficient structure for both commercial and residential properties based on location, size and use, using three-dimensional modelling.
Advantages of Photovoltaic Panels
Solar power makes use of nature’s most powerful resource, offering benefits to owners, users and the environment. Solar energy is a largely untapped resource that will be present for billions of years to come and has no unnecessary or toxic by-products.
As the costs of finite energy rockets, solar energy offers an alternative that can reduce energy bills and therefore increase expendable incomes. The initial cost of solar panels is easy to justify with a small amount of research into the benefit of installing such a system.
- The economy is boosted through the distribution, installation and maintenance of such products.
- Communities with renewable energy solutions benefit from reduced air and water pollution that is produced by electricity generating systems that rely on fossil fuel.
- Well placed Solar PV panels can pay for themselves in as little as seven years
- Once the initial investment is accounted for panels can provide the property with free electricity for the life of the system and the savings made on household bills mean solar panels cost less in the long run if they are installed earlier
- Energy produced can be used on-site, or exported to the national grid with financial incentives offered in return
- Solar PV systems require minimal maintenance and therefore have minimal running costs
- No pollution is created
- No waste is produced
- Solar systems use very little energy themselves
- Zero noise pollution
- Clean energy is provided
- Local air and water is protected
Solar power provides a sustainable and essentially infinite supply of energy for the future.