Solar & Battery Products

There are many products that make up a solar installation – most importantly the panels and the inverter, and optionally the battery if you opt for one.

Learn why we install these products as part of your installation.

Solar Panels

What do Solar Panels do?

Solar panels are innovative devices that harness the power of the sun to generate clean and sustainable electricity. These photovoltaic panels work by converting sunlight into electrical energy through the photovoltaic effect. When sunlight hits the solar cells within the panels, it excites electrons, creating a flow of electricity.

This green energy source not only reduces your carbon footprint but also lowers your electricity bills, making it a smart choice for environmentally conscious individuals and businesses looking to embrace renewable energy solutions. Embrace the sun’s potential with solar panels and contribute to a greener, more sustainable future.


What are Solar Inverters for?

Solar inverters play a crucial role in your solar energy system. They are responsible for converting the direct current (DC) electricity generated by solar panels into alternating current (AC) electricity that can power your home or business. This transformation ensures that the electricity generated by your solar panels is compatible with your household appliances and can be used effectively or fed back into the grid, depending on your setup.

Solar inverters are the unsung heroes of your solar energy system, optimising energy production, and ensuring you make the most of your clean, green power source.


How do batteries work?

Batteries play a pivotal role in enhancing the efficiency and reliability of your solar installation in the UK. As our weather can be unpredictable, storing excess energy generated by your solar panels during sunny spells becomes essential.

Solar batteries, like the popular lithium-ion models, capture and store surplus electricity for use during cloudy days or at night when the sun isn’t shining. This stored energy acts as a backup power source, ensuring a consistent and uninterrupted electricity supply, reducing your reliance on the grid, and potentially saving you money on energy bills.

With solar batteries, you maximize your self-sufficiency and minimize your carbon footprint, making your UK-based solar installation even more eco-friendly and resilient.