Alternia Energy Management

Alternia Energy Management

- Solar PV (PhotoVoltaic) Systems


Solar PV Systems Benefits: Receive a 20-year income from the Feed-in Tariff Lower carbon emissions Reduce energy bills by using generated electricity Future proof against electricity price rises Cheap and reliable Solar PV is easy to install, reliable, affordable and designed to work for 25+ years.

  • 1.5Kwp System from £4600
  • 4Kwp System from £6000
  • Prices are orientated, the firm quote is generated once the site survey is completed.
  • Each project got a proper design.
  • We use a variety of modules and inverters who are all MCS registered.
  • In order to receive the Feed in Tariff (FIT), you need to ensure that your property meet the level D of the EPC certificate.

  1. Browse our website.
  2. Either complete our customer enquiry form, or give us a ring on 07788473091
  3. Once we have received your enquiry form we will call you as soon as possible to arrange a site survey and discuss your needs.
  4. Once we have got the details of your property we can give you an estimate of costs for your proposed system send by e-mail
  5. If our competitive price is to your liking we will come out to your property and carry out a free site survey.
  6. Once the survey is completed, a firm quote can be generated and sent out to you by email.
  7. If the quote is acceptable, a 25% deposit is required of the total installation cost. You then have a seven day cooling off period in accordance with RECC assurance scheme.
  8. Your PV installation kit is ordered and an installation date agreed.
  9. Your installation is carried out.
  10. Your final invoice is presented for payment.
  11. Once final payment had been given, your MCS Certificate is generated by Alternia Energy Management which allows you access the FITs scheme.
  12. Your warranties and user manual are issued for your system.

  1. Solar panels (known as photovoltaic (PV) panels) can be fitted on your home to generate the same type of electricity used in your home to power your TV, toaster and everything else.
  2. PV panels turn light into electricity (and not heat) so solar energy will start filling up your home from the moment you wake up in the morning until the sun goes down.
  3. Modern panels now provide a lot of energy! They can supply 100% of your total electricity demand (on an averaged annual basis) and much more if you make your home more energy efficient (with 'A-rated' appliances, low energy lights, etc)
  4. The PV panels are connected to the grid so your solar energy is either used up when you use it or it goes out to someone else's home - not a single drop is wasted. If you need a top up you can use electricity from the grid (just as you have always done before).
  5. Like Germany (who have a similar climate and now have 500,000 PV roofs) the UK now has a Feed-in Tariff which guarantees a fixed prices for ALL the energy you produce for 25 years.
  6. MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) accredited installers have to be used in order to claim for Feed-in Tariff.
  7. In the UK the best arrangement is south facing panels inclined at an angle of 35 degrees and shadow free.
  8. Solar panels have no moving parts and their performance is normally guaranteed by manufacturers for 25 years which means zero maintenance, zero noise, zero hassle and they could keep generating energy for as long as 40-50 years.
  9. Solar Panels become carbon neutral in 2-5 years which can mean over 35 years of clean green electricity. By installing solar panels you will meet your personal contribution to the UK's Kyoto agreement in carbon emission reduction.
  10. Solar PV panels are not the only type - there are also 'solar thermal panels' which generate hot water for showers etc and reduce your heating bills.

The sun provides an abundant, free source of clean energy in the form of natural light and warmth. It is possible to capture some of this free energy directly to convert sunlight into electricity using solar photovoltaic (PV) panels.

Solar PV systems convert light into electrical power using a thin layer of semi-conducting material, usually silicon, encased between a sheet of glass and a polymer resin. They range in size from a few square centimetres, for example on calculators and watches to systems of hundreds of square metres made from interconnected modules that form an array. When exposed to daylight electrons in the semi-conducting material become energised. These electrons are then able to flow through the material generating a direct current (DC). The DC is carried through wiring to an inverter which converts the current to 240V alternating current (AC) so it can be connected to your homes electricity supply.

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