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Solar photovoltaic systems



For quiet and clean electricity generation with a modular approach, solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are hard to beat.

Every day, during daylight, a PV system will generate electricity. It does not have to be full sunlight, but maximum output will be achieved in full sun. Dull cloudy days will probably produce around 10% of the rated full output. In the South West, output from a solar PV system will be around 20% higher than from a same sized system in the north of England.

Solar PV systems, once installed, are quiet, need no maintenence and have an easily expected life of 20-25 years and beyond. There are PV systems built in the 1960s that are still operating right now!

Contact us for a quote. We can supply either component parts for you to assemble your own system, or we will provide a free quotation and system design service. For mains grid connected systems it is vital that a qualified engineer carries out the final commisioning, as systems need to comply with wiring standards and G83/1.


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