Commercial Solar Panels Milton Keynes
Commercial Solar Panels Across Milton Keynes & Surrounding Areas.
MK City Plumbing & Heating is committed to helping all our business customers in Milton Keynes save money on their energy bills whilst reducing their carbon footprints by installing commercial solar panels.
Harness the unlimited power of the sun with solar panels by generating your own electricity at no cost. By utilising solar energy, you reduce your reliance on the national grid, leading to substantial savings on your electricity bills. Not only does commercial solar PV help lessen the impact of rising energy prices on your business, but they also significantly lower your carbon footprint and promote positive environmental changes.
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Additionally, through the Government’s Smart Export Guarantee scheme (SEG), you have the opportunity to sell surplus solar energy back to the grid.
Reduce Energy Bills & Lower Your Carbon Footprint By Installing Commercial Solar Panels
MK City Plumbing & Heating is a well established supplier and installer of commercial solar panels based in Milton Keynes and serving the surrounding areas.
With energy providers ever soaring energy prices, there’s never been a better time to install commercial solar PV in your business. You will experience significant savings on your energy bills, boost your company’s eco-friendly reputation and even turn a profit for the excess energy you feed back to the power grid through the government’s new Smart Export Guarantee (SEG).
At MK City Plumbing & Heating we are approved MCS installers (Microgeneration Certification Scheme). MCS is a UK-based certification scheme that ensures installers are qualified and trained to install renewable energy systems such as commercial solar PV systems correctly and safely.
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How Do Commercial Solar Panels (SPV) Work?
Commercial solar panels, also known as solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, harness the sun’s energy to generate electricity. Here are the basic steps of how commercial solar PV systems work:
Sunlight Exposure: SPV systems are installed on the roof of your business or on open ground in a location with direct exposure to sunlight.
Photovoltaic Effect: Sunlight, which is composed of photons, hits the solar panels, it interacts with the semiconductor material (usually silicon) in the solar cells. This interaction releases electrons from the atoms, generating an electric current.
Direct Current (DC) Generation: The electrons create a flow of electric current in the form of direct current (DC). However, most commercial electrical systems use alternating current (AC). Therefore, an inverter is used to convert the DC generated by the solar panels into AC.
Inverter Conversion: The inverter is a very important component that converts the DC electricity generated by the solar panels into the AC electricity used in buildings and on the grid. This makes the electricity compatible with appliances within your business.
Building Consumption: The AC electricity is then used to power the electrical appliances and equipment within your business. Any excess electricity that is not immediately used is typically fed back into the grid.
Net Metering or Feed-in Tariffs: In many locations, commercial buildings with solar panels are connected to the electrical grid. Through net metering or feed-in tariffs, excess electricity can be fed back into the grid, and the building owner may receive credits or compensation for the surplus energy that they generate.
Energy Storage (Optional): Some commercial solar panel systems incorporate energy storage options, such as batteries. This allows the excess energy generated during peak sunlight hours to be stored for later use, during periods of low sunlight or high energy usage.
Grid Interaction: When a commercial building requires more electricity than the solar panels are producing (e.g., during nighttime), it draws electricity from the grid. This seamless interaction ensures a continuous and reliable power supply.
By following these steps, commercial solar panels efficiently convert sunlight into usable electricity, providing a sustainable and cost-effective energy solution for your business.
Why Choose MK City Plumbing & Heating?
MK City Plumbing & Heating stands as an industry-leading company with a longstanding reputation as the preferred choice for plumbing and heating services in Milton Keynes. Our guiding principle is simple yet effective: ‘If we do a good job, you’ll invite us back.’ This philosophy has contributed to our continuous success, which is evident in the high number of referrals and repeat business we receive.
Customers place their trust in us for a variety of reasons:
Commitment to Quality:
We are dedicated to delivering outstanding quality. Our focus is on supplying and fitting A-rated commercial solar PV panels sourced from leading manufacturers, ensuring optimal performance and durability.
Based in Milton Keynes, we have a deep understanding of the unique energy needs of our community. Our renewable energy solutions are tailored to the local climate and the unique architecture.
Beyond supplying and fitting commercial solar panels, we provide maintenance services to ensure the effective functionality of your system for many years to come.
We understand the demands of your busy schedule, and we will make every effort to arrange appointments that fit around your daily routine, keeping disruption to a minimum.
Experience and Reputation:
Having installed commercial solar PV systems in numerous businesses across Milton Keynes, we have earned a reputation for consistently delivering exceptional quality and results.
We don’t believe in offering one-size-fits-all solutions, our solar panel experts conduct a thorough assessment of your business. They then design a system specifically tailored to handle your unique energy requirements.
By choosing MK City Plumbing & Heating, you ensure that your commercial solar panels will be installed by industry leaders, using the highest quality parts and materials. This guarantees not only excellent workmanship but also the longevity of your commercial solar PV system.
Frequently Asked Questions Commercial Solar Panels (SPV FAQ’s)
Q1: How do commercial solar panels work?
A: Commercial solar panels, also known as photovoltaic (PV) systems, convert sunlight into electricity. The panels contain semiconductor materials that generate a flow of direct current (DC) electricity when exposed to sunlight. This DC electricity is then converted into alternating current (AC) by an inverter, making it useable for the electrical systems of commercial buildings.
Q2: What are the benefits of installing SPV?
A: Installing commercial solar PV offers many benefits, including savings on electricity bills, a lower carbon footprint, potential income from excess energy generation (through feed-in tariffs), and enhanced corporate sustainability.
Q3: How much space is needed for commercial solar panels?
A: The space required depends on the size and efficiency of the SPV system, as well as the energy needs of your business. Generally, solar PV is installed on rooftops, car parks, or open ground areas.
Q4: What is the lifespan of commercial solar PV?
A: Solar panels typically have a lifespan of 25 to 30 years or more. Their efficiency may gradually decrease over time, but with regular maintenance, you can help maintain their efficiency.
Q5: What is the return on investment (ROI) for commercial solar panels?
A: The ROI for commercial solar PV systems varies based on factors such as system size, energy consumption, local sunlight conditions, and available incentives. Many businesses experience a positive ROI within 3 to 7 years.
If you would like a quote for commercial solar panels in Milton Keynes, or for information about our renewable energy solutions, contact us today. Our expert team are happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you with the best solution for your needs. Simply fill in our contact form, call us on 01908 464075 or email a member of our team: firstname.lastname@example.org.