Phone 7 Days A Week On 0800 001 823


With Power Prices Continuing To Climb, Solar Is The Smart Choice To Save Money!



Why Go Solar?

Save on electricity bills

Installing solar panels significantly reduces monthly electricity bills and dependence on the power grid. This energy independence protects against rising electricity costs and volatile fuel prices. With analysts forecasting continued increases in electricity rates, solar remains a cost-effective solution and long-term investment in the future.

Increase property value

Studies have shown properties with solar systems sell up to 20 percent faster and at a 17 percent premium compared to homes without such systems. A solar installation makes your property more attractive to buyers, increasing its resale value.

Reduce your carbon footprint

Unlike energy generated by fossil fuels, solar doesn't release harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) emission. Sustainable carbon-free energy solutions such as solar are crucial to slowing the pace of climate change and preventing further damage to the environment.

What Makes Up A Solar System?

Solar Panels

Solar PV panels capture sunlight, causing electrons in the panel's silicon cells to release energy that becomes direct current (DC) electricity.

Solar Inverters

An inverter converts the DC into alternating current (AC) electricity, making it useable for homes and businesses.


Excess electricity can be stored in a battery or fed back into the power grid.

Additional Power

Additional electricity can be pulled from the grid if you need more power than your solar panels can generate.

Find Out More

Economic benefits of solar power

As solar PV is now increasingly affordable the payback period (the time it takes for your system to recover its total upfront cost) for solar PV now commonly sits around 4-7 years. Having paid for itself, any energy generated by your solar system after this period can be viewed from one perspective as 'free' power, leaving you with upwards of 20 years of electricity being generated for free!
By slightly altering your usage behaviour, by setting appliance timers to run during the day for example, your daytime base load will increase. This increase in self-consumption results in fewer units of electricity being purchased from the grid and significantly decreases your energy bill. If sized correctly your system can allow you to become virtually self-sufficient!

Get A Free Quote On A Solar System

We are happy to do a free quote