Solar Panel Case Study: Winsford

Solar array installers in Winsford

We recently went to work in Winsford near Chester to work on this domestic property. Our customer asked for a Solar PV Array split over both sides of the roof for their home. We carried out an assessment for a 7.6kW Array and installed 18 panels.

We also installed a SunSynk 3.6kW ECCO inverter. This unit can supply up to 3.6kW of power to the house at any time. The owner also has the option to export any excess power back to the grid for a profit. This inverter can also send up to 7kW to the batteries for storage, to be used during the night.

Solar array installers in Winsford

East to West Arrays

We decided to split the panels over both sides of the roof to make an east to west array. This makes sure the panels can benefit from direct sunlight all day and is very useful for east or west facing properties. By using their positions intelligently, this array can generate power from sunrise to sunset.

Solar Panel PV Array Installation

We carried out this solar panel installation under our MCS accreditation. We also made sure we had an insurance backed warranty on all equipment and workmanship.

Our customer is also monitoring their PV array easily with the SunSynk App. This is an app for smartphones that’s easy to use and lets you monitor of the system 24 hours a day remotely. They can track the power being generated, their daily usage and live statistics from their phone.

Find out how much you can save by taking our quick survey or Contact Us for a quotation.

FAQ’s

What is PV Array?

PV stands for Photovoltaic – from the words meaning ‘light’ and ‘power’. A solar panel is made of a number of PV cells, but it can’t power your home on its own. We electrically wire panels together to create bigger system, called a PV array.

We normally find that 14 panel arrays can generate enough power to dramatically reduce both your bills and your reliance on the power grid. Contact us today for more information and a free quote.

Why Battery Storage?

Solar panels obviously generate the majority of their electricity during daylight hours. But we know your need for power doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. To plug in your phone, charge an electric car, or just put the lights on when it’s dark, you’ll need a way to store generated power.

By charging batteries during the day, you can become more independent of the grid, whilst lowering your off-peak bills and supporting the environment.

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