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We Are Specialists In High-Quality Renewable Energy Systems

Our products and services meet the high and stringent demands of MCS certification

FAQ

Popular Questions

A. A renewable energy system for a homeowner is a system that generates energy from renewable sources such as solar, wind, geothermal, or hydropower, and is used to power the home.

A: Some of the benefits of a renewable energy system for a homeowner include lower electricity bills, reduced carbon footprint, increased energy independence, and potentially higher property values.

A: The cost of installing a renewable energy system for a homeowner can vary widely depending on the type of system, the size of the home, and the location. However, in general, the cost can range from several thousand pounds to tens of thousands of pounds.

A: Yes, it is possible to generate all the energy needed for a home using renewable energy, but it would require careful planning, appropriate sizing of the renewable energy system, and efficient use of energy within the home.

A: The lifespan of a renewable energy system can vary depending on the type of system, the quality of the equipment, and how well it is maintained. However, in general, a renewable energy system can last between 20 to 30 years or more.

A: It depends on the type of renewable energy system. Some systems, such as solar PV systems, may not work during a power outage unless they are paired with a battery backup system. Other systems, such as wind turbines, may still work during a power outage if they are designed with a built-in backup generator.