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No, solar panels work from daylight and not need direct sunlight. The more daylight hours there are, the more energy the system can produce.
Every solar PV system is made up of several components: solar panels (or ‘modules’), an inverter, a meter and your existing consumer unit. Zoom in on the diagram below to see how it’s all connected and understand how solar panels work.
The sun gives off light, even on cloudy days PV cells on the panels turn the light into DC electricity The current flows into an inverter, which converts it to AC electricity ready to use The current is fed through a meter and then into your home’s consumer unit Plug in and switch on. Your system will automatically use the free electricity you’ve generated, then switch back to the grid as needed Any electricity you don’t use is exported to the grid for others to use.
All of our installed solar panel systems are guaranteed to last for 25 years, however most systems will continue to perform for even longer than that.
We’ll usually send a team of four to install each domestic home solar panel system – a project manager, two roofers and an electrician. We match skills within each installation team carefully to make sure we cover all necessary areas of expertise. Your project manager will be responsible for making sure your solar panel installation project is completed on time and to our high standards. They’ll also explain the solar panel system to you and answer any questions.
How Long Will Solar Panel Installation Take? Most domestic solar panel installations can be completed within one to two days, but some installations will run into three – for example, we’ll take more time when installing solar panels on roofs with slate or rosemary tiles as they’re more fragile. We can usually tell which projects are likely to take longer than a day, so we’ll be sure to let you plan for this well in advance.
Domestic customers Limited need to give us access to all the spaces we’ll need to work in around the house or home – both inside and out. We’ll also need to use your domestic electricity supply, water and toilet. We promise to keep any disruption to an absolute minimum during the installation of new solar panels systems and always tidy up before we leave.