Choosing a Solar PV solution is not only good for the environment, it’s good for your business too. Installing a Solar Electric system will allow you to reduce your overheads, generate revenue from your roof and avail of the Accelerated Capital Allowance. Of course, your company will also improve its green rating, reduce its carbon footprint and raise your social responsibility profile within your local community and beyond.
Railway House B&B, Gorey, Co. Wexford
We looked at putting solar panels on the business, when we investigated, we decided that the PV panels were the best option for us and would satisfy what we hoped to achieve. We met with Tom from Solar Electric and we were really pleased with the detail that he went into, explaining the options we had, and how to get the best outcome. Our guests are always fascinated with the panels and love to see the generation of power versus the consumption of power we have when we show them the mobile app. Although Covid has not provided the business with the best year to make comparisons we can see the benefits already and we look forward to the years ahead where we strive to make the guest house more and more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Dublin Port Company
CLIENT: Dublin Port Company PROJECT PV SIZE: 173kWp BATTERY STORAGE SIZE: 96kWh Tesvolt CONSTRUCTION: May 2019 Solar Electric was the main contractor and controlled the site with good assistance and support from all the staff on the ground in Dublin Port.
Solar PV Kildare County Council
Solar PV generates electricity during daylight hours. Solar Electric is an experienced and well considered company that is leading the way in Solar PV right through from new build homes, existing retrofit domestic homes up to large scale commercial and public sector buildings in Ireland.
We’re delighted to have been involved in the first large PV project in the state. The increase in the number of organisations that are now installing PV has demonstrated that this Tipperary County Council project has been a catalyst for change.
Tipperary County Council is very pleased with the results that are now emerging after only one year into this project. We are proud that we can run our public buildings using clean sustainable energy.
CEO Tipperary County Council
Since we’ve had the solar panels installed we haven’t looked back. It did cost a bit at first. But we’re seeing the savings now each month, and we feel like we’re doing our bit to get our carbon footprint down.
Joe & Eileen Kelly