Domestic PV

The benefits of choosing Solar PV:

  • Significantly reduces electricity bills.
  • A sound and guaranteed financial investment that is likely to increase the value of your home as it will marginally be affected by increasing fuel prices, therefore making it an extremely attractive option to potential buyers.
  • Excess electricity is sold back to the utility supplier, therefore providing you with an additional income.
  • Energy from the sun is free.
  • Solar electricity is clean, emits no pollutants, creates no waste and uses no fuel. Therefore it is a VERY green energy solution.
  • Helps the environment by reducing your energy consumption, thereby preventing greenhouse gases (CO2 emissions) from entering the atmosphere - a perfect and simple way to meet building energy efficiency standards.
  • PV cells operate not just with direct sunlight but diffused sunlight and will even work on cloudy days and therefore is available throughout the year, not just the summer!
  • PV products are meticulously engineered for a long service life, delivering power for many years to come.
  • Planning permission is no longer required on most domestic houses.*

*Unless the property is listed or in an area of 'outstanding' natural beauty (subject to change).

How does Solar PV work?

Solar electricity systems capture the sun's energy using photovoltaic (PV) cells. The cells convert the sunlight into electricity, which can be used to run household appliances and lighting.

Electricity requirements vary depending on the size of your property and how energy efficient the building and appliances are. The power produced by a DHR Solar PV system contributes directly to the electrical demand of the building and in most installations substitutes electricity that would otherwise have been drawn from the National Grid. If at any point more electricity is being generated than the building is using, the excess will be exported back to the grid.