Solar PV and Solar Water Heating Installers in Cambridge
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Beechdale Energy are East Anglia's premier renewable technology installers, specialising in Solar PV, Solar Thermal, Wind Turbines, LED Lighting, Heat Pumps and more. We design, install and provide aftercare for unique installations of all sizes.Kingston Barns, Bourn Road, Cambridge, CB23 2NP
Dynamic Solar Installations offer installations on Domestic & Commercial properties,we have the benefit of being able to use the buying power of our sister company Dynamic Solar of which is a Wholesaler,therefore passing on the savings to you the end
Cambridge Solar are award winning Renewable Energy specialists operating in the Cambridge area.Unit 4 Glenmore Business Park, Ely Road, Waterbeach, Cambridge, CB25 9PG
Solar Works was established in 1983, and is a well respected and established company in the local area.Frogs Hall Road, Lavenham, Sudbury, CO10 9QH
Green Solar World Ltd. is an independent business. We design and install renewable energy solutions, specialising in Photovoltaic Solar systems. We offer honest expert advice to suit your requirements using the latest products.
With over 15 years experience in Renewable Energy, Green Living Home Improvements Ltd specialise in Photovoltaic Solar systems for domestic and commercial customers across the UK.
Here are some Cambridge solar quotes we received:
New Solar Thermal Installation in Cambridge
Harston CB22 - solar thermal tubes or flat plate located on a new SE facing, tiled roof being constructed as part of a 2-storey rear extension to the house . A new hot water tank will be needed and the gas boiler is also being relocated
New Solar PV Installation in Cambridge
CB1 - 4 bed detached. Roof: South & North. Pitched and tiled. No windows. No shading. Call anytime. Install within 3 months. Appointments: anytime
CB5 - Solar PV required. South West facing rear roof. Nothing in the way except CUFC lighting towers. Roof pitched. Tiled. No windows on the roof. Would like to discuss size of system with installer. Semi detached house. Not had quotes yet. Within 3 months. Contact: Customer is a bus driver working shifts, he would prefer text if possible otherwise your tel number could end up on his block list. As soon as he hears from you he will call back. If text not possible, please call in the evening.
Sawston CB22 - I would like to find out what size solar panel I would need to provide enough energy for a 5 bed detached house - and the cost for it. The property is to be a new build. Roof faces South something - L Shaped - no shading - pitched and tiled. Call anytime.
CB1 - I\'m looking for a ~4KW installation on our mid-terrace house at 42 Devonshire Road, split between two slate-tiled roof faces: 1) 5.2m (between chimney breasts) x 4.4m deep (approx), facing 105 degrees; shadow free until about 1pm GMT. 2) 5.5m x 1.8m (to ridge tile), facing 195 degrees. Shadow early morning from higher rooves to east, and through the afternoon from neighbour\'s chimney. Access is from a flat roof at first-floor level. House has a Band D EPC (7th November 2008). We\'re in a Conservation Area, but my understanding is that planning permission is not required. I will confirm this with the City Council. The consumer unit has a spare slot for the PV connection and there is already a dedicated cable routed to the loft. Would prefer all-black panels, with self-cleaning glass. No particular brand favoured, but would choose panels that have the best long-term performance in low radiance and high angle of incidence to the sun). Hopefully that gives you enough to go on for starters!
CB23 - South facing roof, no shading at all, 2 small dorma windows. Pitched, tiled roof. Open to suggestions as to what size system to get. No quotes yet. Would like the work to be done within 3 months. Contact: anytime. Appointments: evenings.
CB4 - South east facing roof of 2 storey semidetached town house. Got a quote from Efficient Living for 8 panels (2500KWpa) and they can install in the next 2 days. Would like some other quotes from local installers.
CB2 - Already have panels considering more. No scaffolding required easy access to roof. Would it be a new and separate system from existing one?
CB1 - Interested in quote for new PV system. We have quite a large roof space so hopefully 4kw. Most of the roof is south facing, though possibility to use some which is east/west also. Apparently the feed in tariff is going down in July - I have no idea if it is feasible to install before then!?? (we're on holiday from 3rd to 19th June, but contactable and here outside that time)
Willingham CB24 - I have had one survey done which told us to place on the SW facing roof as south was blocked by a tree. We could get 15 Solarworld panels producing 250w on the roof at 35 degrees, fitted Landscape. The system quoted was Solarworld (German) because I want a good quality system in black to match the slates on my roof. I don't like the silver surrounds however, you could quote for both if it makes a big difference. Also quote for a voltage reducer. I use approx 7000KwH of electric a year.
CB4 - The property is a chalet bungalow with long pitch roof. The SSW facing roof two velux windows but space higher up for a long line of solar panels. I am looking for an installation to be in before the 12th December deadline for the current tariffs. The system size would depend on what is feasible but is likely to be of a typical domestic size.
Hardwick CB23 - The Social Club Committee are interested in fitting solar panels to the roof of a community owned building. The building is quite large and is run as a not for profit club for the benefit of local members. The idea has been put to our Parish Council for consideration and we would like to obtain some quotes in order to take the proposal further. I would be able to accompany a surveyor for a site visit at a mutually agreeable time.
Haslingfield CB23 - New extension being built - water underfloor heating is planned - wondering whether I should consider heating mats ? Therefore am questioning whether I need solar (elect vs water) panels or not ?
CB4 - We are renovating a 1930s 3 bedroom semi in Cambridge, and want to install solar thermal and PV on the south facing roof. We are currently deciding whether or not to replace the roof, and would like to know the costs and benefits of including the panels within the new roof or fixing onto the existing tiles. we would prefer to use local MCS installers if possible
Harston CB22 - i currently work from home and would like to reduce my electricity bills, we are situated on a main road and have sun all day, i don`t know anything about the systems so i would have to take advice on which would be more beneficial.
Burwell CB25 - South facing roof 9m by 4m. Unshaded. Up to 4kw pv system. Possibly 16+ panels. Meters in attached flat roofed garage below roof with panels.
CB1 - 2.5-3kWp PV system on 2 roof spaces, 1 SSE, the other E facing. Conservation area but not listed building. Good quality panels and inverter, long product warranty and good service essential.
Hardwick CB23 - our house is a semi-detached property which faces due south we have a large surface area of roof. we also have a single story extension to the rear of the building (which may be ideal for solar hot water installation). We would like to explore the possibility of installing Solar PV panels. We are also considering if a Solar hot water system may be affordable or viable. We would welcome a site visit and quotation and ideas. regards ····· and Sandra ·····
Burwell CB25 - Solar PV installation - to make use of FiT Ideally system mount on our south-east and south west facing roof sections ~ with the hope of having 2.5 - 3 kw generation No obstructions.
CB23 - Currently have a solid fuel boiler, looking for an alternative to perhaps changing to oil, looking at air-source as an option, but would like to see if Photovoltaic is a feasable alternative
Kershaw Solar supplies a professional solar panel installation service. We will offer useful advice and guidance to help you select the system for your home.Willowcraft Works, Broad Lane, Cambridge, CB24 8SW
SolarShire is a developer of Solar Photovoltaic (“PV”) farms targeting large ground and roof-based systems, in agricultural and commercial sectors across East Anglia and the East Midlands.
We are a small family company specialising in renewable energy . We have been working in the construction industry for 30+ years and in Renewables since 2003. We installed our first GSHP in 2004 .
Westinghouse Solar Ltd was founded on the principles of engineering excellence and a passion for renewable energy. Having established an office in St Albans, Hertfordshire in 2010 the company has gone from strength to strength winning local and national contracts.
approx 1.0 miles away5A Clifton Court, Cambridge, CB1 7BN Tel: 01223 245655
approx 7.2 miles awayKingston Barns, Bourn Road, Cambridge, CB23 2NP
approx 14.2 miles away18 Newmarket Road, Cheveley, Newmarket, CB8 9EQ Tel: 0800 862 0303
approx 18.6 miles awayUnits 1-6, The Old Station, Higham, Bury St Edmunds, IP28 6NL Tel: 01284 812520
approx 18.9 miles awayCassiobury, Baldock Road, Buntingford, SG9 9DZ Tel: 01763 282237
approx 24.5 miles awayStylex House, Northern Way Industrial Estate, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 6NL Tel: 01284 752600
Solar Essence is one of the oldest and largest Solar Panel Installers in the UK. We don't employ salespeople and operate an easy online method of quoting. So you can get the very best products really at the very best prices! Finance also available. Our Head Office is based in East Anglia. We have now installed over 4000 UK Installations.Tel: 01842845845