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Solar PV system

SML designs, supplies, and installs a range of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems using proven, high quality technology supplied by leading international PV companies Sharp and Naps Systems.

SML partners have supplied and installed PV systems for single homes, multiple-occupancy residential buildings, care homes, council offices, schools and offices with capacities ranging from 1kWp to 24kWp. Our PV arrays can be fitted on top of existing pitched roofs, integrated into new roofs, mounted as shading over windows or mounted on bespoke mounting structures on flat roofs.

SML offer a range of different PV solutions as in our experience one system does not suit all. As part of the design process for each individual project, we identify which system is most suitable in terms of performance, application and cost effectiveness. Our principal suppliers of PV panels are Sharp Electronics (UK) Ltd and Naps Systems Ltd.

Sharp are currently the world’s largest manufacturer of solar cells, and have been making solar energy technologies since 1959. Sharp's PV products are competitively priced and have a reputation for high quality and durability.

The Naps Solar Roof (NSR) range of grid connected PV systems are a completely modularised solution which are designed for simple installation on most roof types. NSR systems are available in a range of sizes to suit the required specification and budget.

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

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