A solar PV system will generate plenty of free energy for you to use. The more solar energy you can use in the day to power your home, the less you will need to draw from the national grid saving you hundreds of pounds a year.

Solar power systems work by harnessing the power of the sun’s rays and turning it into electricity or hot water. In solar electricity, particles of sunlight, called photons, are captured by the solar panels and turned into electrons, or direct current (DC). The electrons are then routed through an inverter to convert the DC power into alternating current (AC) power, which is the type of power found in your wall outlet.

In solar water heating, a pump circulates a heat transfer liquid to the roof and solar collectors absorb the sun’s thermal energy and heat the transfer liquid. The transfer liquid enters a heat exchanger, warming the tank; hot water then flows from the storage tank to your existing water heater to provide backup heating when needed

By using your free generated electricity you are protecting yourself against energy price rise hikes and the current energy crisis.

Once installed, your solar PV system will not only produce any carbon emissions, unlike burning fossil fuels for your energy!