Spectrum Energy System
Renewable energy systems from Spectrum Energy Systems. We’re Spectrum, the UKs leading supplier of renewable energy systems including solar and wind solutions. Renewable energy systems, whether solar power or wind, offer an affordable and guilt-free alternative to other, more detrimental, power sources. By harnessing renewable energy, you could drastically reduce your energy costs and even recoup expenses by selling on excess power that has been generated.
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- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Renewable Energy
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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But we provide much more than just renewable energy systems. We advise, design, consult and install your solutions, providing a seamless and cost effective project lifecycle; from imagination to installation.
Experts in wind and solar systems
Spectrum Energy Systems is a specialist in supplying and installing Solar PV arrays and Wind Turbines in a range of sizes up to 850kW. These technologies are ideally suited to farms, schools, businesses, communities and domestic sites.
Operating from our modern, purpose built premises in Worksop we offer the full spectrum of services, from pre-installation through to post-installation.
We can help you to decide on the right package, advise you on the correct location of your project and help you with the potential pitfalls with the planning authority and electricity companies. We can then install your project and subsequently provide you with post-installation services such maintenance and repair. We only work with Solar and Wind because of the nature of the electrical work involved, our background naturally lends itself to these technologies so we reckon we know a thing or two about it!
Anyone with the roof space for Solar PV or the space to site a Wind Turbine can generate their own electricity. Both can have their output directly connected to the existing mains electricity supply. This means that the energy produced can reduce the energy drawn from the supply. If you are able to produce more energy than you use then it is possible to export energy and sell it.
Both technologies secure electricity supplies for 20 to 25 years, during this time it is forecast that electricity prices will rise substantially. For many farmers, landowners and businesses a continuation of supply is integral to their on-going business. Installing either technology and using it to provide energy when and where it is needed makes simple commercial sense. Moreover the Feed in Tariff offers a further benefit and incentive to install either technology to future proof your energy.