Solar PV Systems are one of the most popular renewable energy sources and can save you up to 65% on your energy bills.
We provide tailor made options to homes and business's in Exeter, Devon and across the South West region.
Clean Affordable Energy
Neutral Energy Solutions have a team of engineers who specialise in the design, installation and maintenance of durable and effective solar panel systems for domestic and commercials properties in Exeter, Devon and the South West Region.
As well as reducing your impact on the environment, installing solar panels on your roof could save you up to 65% off your annual energy bills.
Many homeowners and business's have already made the switch to renewable energy sources and with solar more affordable and smarter than ever it has become a popular choice across Devon.
We are committed to providing our customers the highest quality installations. We are fully MCS accredited and backed by manufacturer guarantees for peace of mind.
Our quotes are completely free with no obligations. We will carry out a site visit to go through the installation with you in detail so you can decide if solar panels are right for you.
Smart Export Guarantee
The SEG was introduced in January 2020 to replace the Feed-In Tariff so that instead of the government subsidising solar pv, energy suppliers now have a legal obligation to pay their customers for any surplus energy generated from their solar pv.
The SEG is monitored using a smart meter to provide your energy supplier details of how much energy you’ve imported and exported to the grid. They will then multiply the total units exported by whichever SEG rate they are offering and pay you this amount.
Energy companies are able to set their own SEG rates so it is advisable to shop around and find the best deal.
Once you have decided, you will need to contact your preferred energy supplier directly as soon as your solar panels have been installed.
How Does Solar PV Work
Solar panels are made of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which turn sunlight into electricity.
This electricity is then fed into the mains electricity supply. and used to power appliances.
Despite their name, solar panels don't need direct sunlight - they also work in cloudy or overcast weather, although the generating capacity of the panels diminishes by approximately 50% in comparison to direct sunlight,
What if more electricity is generated than needed?
Electricity generated through the solar pv system which is not used ,will be sent to the national grid but you can join your suppliers Smart Export Guarantee Scheme to be paid for what goes back to the grid.
What if the electricity generated isn't enough?
Any electricity you consume which is in excess of what your panels are producing will be sourced from the grid.
Solar batteries can be installed to store your solar energy meaning you can utilise the energy that was created during the day, overnight and lessen your consumption of energy from the national grid.