Oxford Solar Panel Installers
Bartholomew School in Eynsham, Oxford, have completed the installation of a 149 PV solar panel array to the roof of their Sports Centre just in time for the commencement of the September 2012 term.
Designed to take advantage of the city's average 1,500 annual hours of sunshine, the £60,000 project will generate a projected 28,065mWh annually and should save the school over £2,000 on their energy bill. The installation was undertaken by Southern Solar who has been offering their services in the south of England since 2002.
With an excellent reputation for customer service and delivery, the business was mentioned in a 2010 survey by Which consumer magazine as being "the only company worthy of mention for their helpful and sensible approach".
Another solar powered innovation to hit the streets of Oxford was the introduction of the 'Big Belly' litter bins which are being trialled by Oxford City Council from September this year. The bins can accommodate up to 800 litres of refuse, 8 times that of a standard receptacle, through the activation of a solar powered sensor which compacts the litter when a certain level is reached. This clever device then emails the Sanitation Department to advise them that the bin need emptying!
Oxford PV Solar Panel Providers
Delivering their services from their Oxford hub to Cheltenham in the West, Winchester in the South, Reading and High Wycombe in the East, and Banbury in the North, AES (Alternative Energy Solutions) offer project managed PV solar technology from the point of order through to completion and connection.
This highly trained team of professionals have developed an enviable reputation in the area for their high standards of customer service and for the efficacy of their installation projects. They provide a range of PV solar panel technology including Hybrid HIT, Mono and Multicrystalline, Amorphous silicon, and the innovative thin-film Cadmium telluride copper indium diseleride models.
Johnny Wilson and his team of fully qualified and highly experienced electrical and roofing specialists at Oxford Solar PV like to pride themselves on offering a local PV solar alternative designed for local customers.
The company are MCS (Microgeneration scheme) and REA (Renewable Energy Association) accredited and are registered as Domestic Electrical Installers with the NICEIC. They offer a full service from site survey, to preparation and scaffolding erection, PV installation, grid connection and generation. The choice of solar panels are determined by the individual specifications of each project and will be tailored to deliver optimum generation and return on investment.