Clean Energy Experts: Solar PV Panels, Battery Storage & EV Charging Stations
Solar Panel installations
Domestic Solar Panels have become more popular over the last few years. Generating your own solar energy is a great way to save on ever increasing energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint.
Battery Storage is relatively new and is proving to be very popular with Solar PV installations. The Battery Storage allows you to store the excess energy your system is producing.
Solar Smart Energy, a solar PV installer, is a small family run business based in Yorkshire with over 20 years of electrical installations. We supply an all-in service from survey of your property through to complete install.
Offering excellent quality installation and products, of solar panels (PV) & battery systems plus electric charging points.
We will provide you with advice and guidance at every step of the way. From first design and product choices, through to post-installation. Guaranteed to provide a friendly and reliable service.
Solar Smart Energy believe in the next generation of energy.
The benefits of solar
Reduction in electricity bills
Sunlight is free, so once the initial installation is paid for, electricity costs will be greatly reduced.
The system can store excess electricity in batteries to use when you need.
Adds value to your property
With the increased cost of energy a property with a solar system will become more attractive.
Reduction in Carbon footprint
Solar electricity is a green, renewable energy and doesn’t release any harmful carbon dioxide or other pollutants.
Coal mines require large quantities of water to remove impurities from coal at the mine.
No waste material
The burning of coal creates solid waste, called ash, which is composed primarily of metal oxides and alkali.
There is no exhaust or solid waste emissions from a PV system.
Solar qualified installer
BPEC has developed this course with the aim of providing electricians with the skills and knowledge required to install small scale photovoltaic (PV) systems.
The course has been structured to meet the requirements of the National Occupational Standards and is recognised as a demonstration of competence for the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
This qualification is a requirement of the Minimum Technical Competency document for PV installers and is MCS recognised.