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Solar PV

Installed by a company with over 20 years of experience in renewable energy.

There are many reasons to choose Renewables of Hampshire for your solar PV installation. Here are a few:

Maximise your government grants and incentives.

"If you are considering solar PV for your home or business, I would recommend getting a quote from Renewables of Hampshire. They are a reputable company with a proven track record of success."

In addition to these reasons, Renewables of Hampshire also offers a number of other benefits, such as:

These accreditations show that Renewables of Hampshire are a reputable and experienced solar PV installer.

(Microgeneration Certification Scheme) is a government-backed scheme that certifies the quality and performance of microgeneration systems, such as solar PV.

Gas Safe is a government-approved scheme that registers gas engineers.

(National Association of Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Contractors) is a trade association for installers of plumbing, heating and electrical systems.

(Heating and Insulation Excellence Scheme) is a scheme that promotes the installation of high-efficiency heating and insulation systems.

The best solar PV or battery storage system for your home depends on a number of factors, including your energy needs, budget, and location.

Here are some of the things to consider when choosing a solar PV or battery storage system:

How much energy do you typically use in your home? If you have a large family or live in a cold climate, you may need a larger solar PV system or battery storage system.

How much are you willing to spend on a solar PV or battery storage system? 

Solar PV systems can range in price from a few thousand pounds to tens of thousands of pounds. Battery storage systems can be even more expensive.

The amount of sunlight you receive in your area will affect the efficiency of your solar PV system. 

If you live in a sunny area, you may be able to get away with a smaller solar PV system.Once you have considered these factors, you can start to narrow down your choices. Here are some of the best solar PV or battery storage systems on the market:

Solis with PureDrive is one of the most popular solar battery storage systems on the market. It is a reliable and efficient system that can store up to xxkWh of energy.

SolaX is another popular solar battery storage system. It is a modular system that can be expanded to meet your needs.


PureDrive is a reliable and efficient battery storage system that can be used with a variety of renewable energy sources. Solax Triple Power is a modular battery storage system that can be expanded to meet your needs.It is important to note that these are just a few of the many solar PV or battery storage systems on the market. There are many other great options available, so it is important to do your research and find the system that is right for you.le Content

Frequently asked questions

Solar Panels work well on any roof facing South, SE or SW. Although your Solar Panels will perform better and produce more electricity if they are South facing, they will still perform at 86% (compared to South facing) either facing due East or West.

Solar Panels can be fitted to your roof. Generally an 8-panel Solar PV system would be one of the smallest we would recommend and this could easily fit on the roof of an average 3-bed semi. Our popular panels generate the most energy per m2 so you can still get plenty of electricity from a smaller roof.

No, Solar Panels work in all daylight conditions and actually work at their optimum at 10ºc. In fact, if it gets too hot they start to become increasingly inefficient.


Your Solar Panels will come with a manufacturers guarantee of the panels performance? Different manufacturers offer different guarantees, with the more premium levels of protection usually associated with the more expensive panels. It’s wise to make sure you understand the guarantee before you purchase.

Solar PV systems have no moving parts apart from the inverter and as such have very long life spans. The inverter should last for over 10 years and may cost up to £1,000 to replace.