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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SOLAR POWER PROVIDER UK
Company Registration: 7582113
Head Office (North Wales): 1 Garden Row, Mostyn, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 9GA
Office: 01745 560730
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