Solar PV Panel Installation Milton Keynes
Solar PV Installations Across Milton Keynes & Surrounding Areas.
MK City Plumbing & Heating are MCS Certified
At MK City Plumbing & Heating we put our customer’s satisfaction before anything we do. We get a lot of work from referrals and repeat business. For us, this is a testament to the fantastic relationships we build with all our amazing customers and how happy they are with the quality of our work and the overall service they receive.
Benefits Of Solar PV Panel Installation (SPV)
Cost Efficiency: Benefit from significant savings on your energy bills. Our systems are designed to maximise energy production and reduce reliance on traditional power sources.
Environmentally Friendly: Do your part in the fight against climate change by producing clean, renewable energy. Our solar PV installations contribute to a significant reduction in carbon emissions, promoting a sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle.
Energy Independence: Reduce your reliance on the power grid and gain energy independence. SPV allows you to generate your own electricity, providing a reliable power source even during power cuts.
Return On Investment (ROI): Increase the value of your Milton Keynes home with SPV. Properties with solar PV systems are highly sought after, and market research has shown they are on the market for a much shorter time.
How Does Solar PV (SPV) Work?
Sunlight Absorption: Photovoltaic cells, crafted from silicon, form the basis of SPV panels. These cells absorb sunlight, capturing the energy carried by photons from the particles of sunlight.
Electron Excitation: The energy absorbed from the photons stimulates electrons within the silicon cells, changing them to an energised state.
Current Generation: The energised electrons travel through a semiconductor, generating an electric current.
Direct Current (DC) Output: The electricity produced by solar cells is in the form of direct current (DC), similar to the type generated by batteries.
Inverter Conversion: DC electricity undergoes conversion through an inverter, transforming it into alternating current (AC), the standard type of electricity used to power homes and businesses.
Utility or Local Use: Converted AC electricity becomes usable, catering to the energy needs of homes and businesses. This reduces reliance on the power grid.
Grid Connection (if applicable): Any surplus electricity generated by the SPV system can be fed back into the grid. This not only contributes to sustainable energy practices but also allows homeowners or businesses to earn credits or compensation through net metering or feed-in tariffs from utility companies.