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Solar Panels

Environmentally friendly energy

The initial investment of solar panels is a small price to pay when you realise the savings you could make over the coming months and years on your electricity bill. By using an inverter you can use the solar power in your own home as mains electricity, or you can store the energy through the use of solar battery chargers. Another major advantage is the ability to harness power from solar panels in remote locations - solar power has brought electricity to some of the most remote places on earth.

Grid-connected options

Please contact us for information on this product range.

Off-Grid options

Modern solar power systems have a variety of uses and we specialise in off-grid applications to provide electrical power at sites where the grid is inaccessible or too costly. There may be good environmental reasons for choosing a renewable energy option even where the grid is available. The systems are sustainable and often more cost effective owing to the avoidance of major groundworks.

  • Green Column

    ImageAn environmentally friendly, cost saving solution to provide amenity lighting at remote sites. Locations previously considered too far from the grid but require lighting can now be considered for a Green Column. The wind and solar powered solution delivers free, renewable energy which is stored in a battery ready to be consumed when darkness falls. High output LEDs and efficient internal reflector minimises unwanted light pollution. Green Columns are already in use all over the UK on footpaths, playgrounds and car parks.[read more]

  • Green Education Kits

    ImageGreen Power Ed systems are ideal for schools, colleges, universities & eco-friendly demonstration centres. Three systems to accommodate a range of educational levels and budgets are available; the Junior, Senior and Graduate packages supplied in easy to assemble, install and use kits.[read more]



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