This exciting new service is designed and optimized specifically for low-light conditions, making it an ideal choice for homes located in the UK.
The REA Fusion Energy solar panels used in this innovative new system are exclusive to Heatable Solar. These panels utilise the latest M10 Topcon solar cell, which is an N-Type solar cell and is superior to older P-Type cells. Additionally, they have higher open-circuit voltages, leading to improved performance in low-light conditions.
Each panel is bifacial (double-sided), providing even more power than single-sided panels. These panels are also double-glazed for maximum longevity and are micro-inverter-optimized to work seamlessly with micro-inverters from Enphase.
The unique combination of innovative solar technology used in this system enables the panels to generate electricity, even in low light conditions. This is particularly useful in a country like the UK, where cloudy days are common throughout the year.
"We are very excited to launch our new domestic solar panel installation service," said Heatable.co.uk co-founder Ben Price. "We believe that our system is the perfect solution for homeowners in the UK who want to take advantage of solar power, even in low-light conditions. Our REA Fusion Energy solar panels, which utilise the latest M10 Topcon solar cell, are truly cutting-edge and provide the perfect combination of efficiency and durability."
In addition to offering the latest solar technology, Heatable.co.uk's domestic solar panel installation service is also backed by an insurance company, giving homeowners peace of mind, and added protection. Furthermore, Heatable.co.uk has amassed thousands of Trustpilot reviews, attesting to their commitment to customer satisfaction.
Heatable.co.uk's domestic solar panel installation service is set to launch in the coming months, and interested homeowners can find more information on the company's website. With its advanced technology, focus on low-light performance, and commitment to customer satisfaction, this service is set to revolutionize the way that UK homeowners think about solar power.