Solar Inverter

Solar inverters play a crucial role in converting the direct current (DC) generated by solar panels into alternating current (AC) suitable for powering heating systems.

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Ground Mount Solar Mounting System

Maximise your energy-capturing efficiency with the right rooftop or ground solar panel mounting system. Wherever you want your solar panels to be, we can install a mounting system that will not only meet structural requirements, but put those solar panels hard at work creating clean, free energy for your business.

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Ground Mount Solar Mounting System

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Commercial Solar Finance

Solar Panel Grants & Funding For Businesses

Significant funding options and grants are now available from various different sources to help you install solar panels, change how your business consumes electricity, and reduce your carbon footprint.

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Frequently Asked Question

Monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and thin-film solar panels are the most common types for residential use. Each type has different efficiency levels and aesthetic appearances, catering to various homeowner needs and preferences.

Solar panels generally have a long lifespan, often lasting 25-30 years. However, their efficiency slightly decreases over time, usually at about 0.5% to 0.8% per year.

Yes, solar panels can still generate power on cloudy or rainy days, but their efficiency is reduced. They can produce about 10-25% of their normal output depending on the thickness and density of cloud cover.

The cost of installing solar panels varies depending on factors like the size of the system and the type of panels used. On average, homeowners might spend between $15,000 and $25,000 for installation, but this cost can be offset by federal tax credits and local incentives.

Solar panels require minimal maintenance. It’s important to keep them clean and free of debris like leaves and dust. Regular inspections are recommended to ensure all components are functioning properly and to identify any potential issues early on.