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Energy Efficient Solar Panels Southampton

Out Engineers Can Fit Energy Efficient And Cost Effective Solar Panels

How It Works…

Electricity is produced from sunlight through a process called solar photovoltaics.  Photovoltaic cells are made of semi-conducting materials, so when the sunlight strikes, it is converted into electricity. Solar panels can be beneficial to both domestic and commercial clients alike.

Benefits of Solar PV:

Environmentally friendly

The PV modules are made out of silicon which is entirely benign, and available in abundance.  No noise pollution or harmful gases are emitted during the operation.

Immediately available

PV utilises the most abundant energy source on the planet – the sun.

No barriers to installation

PV is not affected by ‘Nimbyism’ or affected by planning delays.

Minimal maintenance

PV has no moving components and is virtually maintenance free.

Flexible

PV systems can be incorporated into all types of building, and retrofitted on existing roofs, or as part of the building envelope at construction stage.  It can be curved and shaped to the building design.

Cost effective

In grid locations where grid connection is too expensive.

Reduces energy bills

Having a solar roof provides you with a power source that can be used to augment your grid connected electricity supply subsequently reducing your electricity bills. In addition, having PV as an energy resource increases your awareness of electricity use and encourages more efficient energy behaviour. This in turn leads to lower energy bills.

At JTB electrical services we like to know that our customers are well looked after and that they have complete peace of mind. If at any point you are unsure about the work that is being carried out by our technicians or if you would like to know what the work involves then please make sure to ask one of our technicians on site. We offer our customers a free no obligation quote so please make sure to contact us for this.

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