Solar PV Installation


Generate your own electricity, Reduce your energy spend, Lower your CO2 emissions, Good return on investment, FiT subsidies for 20 years, Improved Green credentials

Solar PV panels harness energy from the sun to generate electricity. Developed over 50 years ago, it is a tried and tested technology adopted by homes and businesses across the world.

MCS accredited Solar PV installers, Forest Electrical are experienced specialists in the design, installation and commissioning of domestic and commercial Solar PV and Battery Storage installations, combining expert knowledge with outstanding personalised service.

As renewable energy specialists our experts offer advice throughout the decision-making process, tailored to your specific project needs.

From 4kWp household systems to the management of large scale solar plants, our engineers take pride in achieving the very best system design for your premises. Our design team use specialized design software to accurately predict the performance of a system based on your specific location, build structure, roof type, orientation & inclination.

Our detailed proposals provide a breakdown of equipment specification, projected solar yield (kWh), CO2 savings and opportunities for subsidies (FiT payments) and financial savings with every quotation.

Our in-house installation team take care in their work, ensuring Health and Safety is paramount, CDM guidance is followed and site integrity is maintained at all times.

If you are looking to upgrade your solar PV system with the addition of Solar Edge panel optimisers or water heating diverters, we are available to provide professional advice and assistance.

Consistent support throughout your project is offered as standard, from decision making to the registration of your system for FiT or ROC.

Various funding options are available for larger commercial systems, speak to our experts today.

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“Following installation of Voltage Optimisation at 3 sites across the South West, Forest Electrical are helping us drive down energy costs”

The National Trust, Malcolm Anderson June 21, 2016