Here at REST – one of the leading solar panel companies in Norwich, we’re professionals at installing and designing high-quality solar panel systems for both domestic and commercial customers. Our technical staff has the experience of designing numerous solar panel systems that have been successfully installed throughout the UK. Given this experience, we can confidently claim that Norwich and its surrounding area is a perfect geographic location for producing energy from the sun.
Often, we acquire inquires as to whether enough sunlight reaches our northerly region of the planet for solar panels in Norwich to be productive. Luckily, a resounding yes is the answer. Our numerous clients can attest that Norwich is a brilliant location for generating energy from the sun. In fact, our northern latitude in Norwich means that we experience a greater variance in daylight length in comparison to the locations that are nearer to the equator. So, during the long summer days, Norwich receives significantly more sunlight. Therefore, it can be said that the Norwich, and the UK in general, is a better place for producing energy from the sun.
Welcome to REST, the premier provider of solar thermal, solar PV, and electric vehicle charging points in Norwich. Solar PV is the greenest way to offer lighting and heating to your home. Solar panels use photovoltaic cells to convert the rays of the sun into a direct electric current that can be used to power anything that requires electricity in your property. You’re then compensated for anything you don’t use as it’s fed back to the grid.
You might have become a little bit more conscious regarding turning on your hot water or heating as you become more conscious of the impact our fossil fuel use has on the environment, along with the cost of fuel that keeps on rising. While being more economic with your heating use is one thing, enhancing your traditional heating system will go much further in saving the planet – and money, of course. Solar thermal uses the renewable and free energy of the sun to heat your water. Although it doesn’t entirely replace your immersion heater or boiler, it considerably reduces their use.