Harvest it. Store it. Power it. That's our motto you could live by with professionally installed PV solar panels for free energy at your property. The panels absorb the sunlight and convert it into free energy, which is stored during the day. The inverter then connects the panels to your electric vehicle charger. Combined with state-of-the-art battery storage, you can charge your electric vehicle using free energy generated entirely at your home. Never queue at a petrol station again, and never worry about the low fuel indicator ruining a car journey.
The diagram above shows how simple and effective photovoltaic solar panels are. Combined with battery storage, you can save money on fuel, electricity and energy. We offer solutions from SolarWatt to help find the ideal product for your needs. Browse our full range of solar solutions below.
Q: How many panels should I have on my roof?
A: Our expert solar design team use state-of-the-art software to generate a simulation report that enables us to create a three-dimensional, graphic design visualisation of the specific panels on your actual roof. The number of panels are automatically calculated on the optimum commercial return, based upon your roof size and orientation.
Q: Can you fit a battery and Solar PV system at the same time?
A: Yes, our software enables both a Solar PV system and battery storage to be included in the same simulation report.
Q: Are there financial benefits of installing solar panels?
A: Yes, currently we see up to 80% savings on existing energy spend with very attractive ROI percentages. While there are the obvious environmental benefits to installing solar panels, we provide a financial savings analysis and cash flow projection on the life of your system. This includes yield and generation expectations, based on your annual consumption and system size.
Q: What is the current wait time for installing solar panels?
A: From your enquiry to the system being installed, we aim for a turnaround of less than a month. This depends on availability of the equipment, the size of the system, and your availability to conduct a survey, and other variables.