Domestic Solar – Solar Panel Installation

Energy costs are on the rise, but a solar panel installation for your home, supplied and installed by S.P.P UK, will reduce your energy expenditure, reduce your carbon emissions, and safeguard you from those expensive energy bills.

Harness the power of the sun with a solar panel installation, reduce your monthly expenditure, and reduce your overall environmental impact. Clean energy will fuel your everyday demand.

A solar panel installation tailored to your needs
Solar energy is the most abundant source of energy we have. A domestic PV installation will help run your home during daylight hours. The energy can also be stored for use in hours of darkness, by partnering it with an energy storage system. Whatever your requirements, our team will help you maximise your space at home to give you the best energy performance possible. Our experienced team of designers and installers will ensure your project runs as efficiently as possible from start to finish.

Your solar PV array will be tailor designed to suit your energy requirements and get the most from your available space. Our design teams use only the best materials available, giving you peace of mind whilst ensuring you get the best possible reward on your investment.

Give your family a clean, green future
With the government setting a 40GW target for solar PV production by 2030 to help combat climate change, installing a solar PV array on your home will contribute towards this goal. Installing low carbon electricity production technologies for your home will guarantee a reduction in your monthly energy bills, whilst helping towards giving your family a clean, green future.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?
Solar PV panels are made up of wafers of silicon trapped between layers of glass, which is then coated in an anti-glare film. Sunlight hits the panels and starts a reaction by energising the electrons within the silicon solar cells. As they move and bump into one another they create a direct current (DC) of electricity. This power then passes through a solar inverter, transforming it to alternating current (AC). The AC solar power is then used instantaneously by your home. Any excess solar electricity is then exported back to the grid, alternatively any excess energy can be stored in a battery, which can then be used at a later time. Any energy exported to the grid can reward you through the SEG scheme.
Do I need planning permission?
In General, most planning authorities class domestic solar PV installations as permitted development (so you don’t need planning permission). However, it is always best to check with your local planning department before hand. Our in House team of designers will clarify this on your behalf.
What is the maximum I can install at my home?
This is largely dependant upon the overall roof space available at your home. However with ever increasing panel technology we are able to fit larger wattage panels to your roof space, meaning you can get more production per m2. Generally most network operators only allow a maximum of 4kW per single phase feed, however more can be applied for through a G98 application. Get in touch with our expert design teams who will be able to answer your questions and help you every step of the way.
How long will the installation take?
The duration of every installation will be different from the last, largely due to the fact that all of our installations are bespoke. Different factors must be taken into consideration, such as size of the system, your energy demands, and potentially the requirement for planning. typically, from start to finish your solar PV system could take anywhere between two weeks and one month. However, once all the paperwork has been checked off, and the install begins our qualified installation team can roughly install a 4kWp array in just one day.
What is the SEG scheme?
The SEG scheme is the Smart Export Guarantee. The SEG launched on 1 January 2020 and is a government-backed initiative. The SEG requires some electricity suppliers (SEG Licensees) to pay small-scale generators (SEG Generators) for low-carbon electricity which they export back to the National Grid, providing certain criteria are met. SEG Licensees determine the rate which they will pay SEG Generators, the contract length and other terms. Generators thinking of applying for a SEG tariff should therefore shop around to see which tariff is best for their individual circumstances. SEG tariff rates must always be above zero. SEG payments are calculated by using export meter readings. Our Helpful team can answer your questions relating to the scheme and help you apply.

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Head Office (North Wales): 1 Garden Row, Mostyn, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 9GA

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