We’re experts – a small, specialist company that has installed nearly 2000 renewable energy systems. We operate both in the domestic and commercial markets, installing systems for schools, farmers, care homes, housebuilders and developers. Our clients include Lakehouse Contracts Ltd, Rollalong Ltd, Ashworth Electrical, Thomas Sinden, Regal, Rotary Group, Foster & Allen Ltd as well as many farmers, schools SMEs, and private individuals. We don’t employ pushy salesman – just technical people who are passionate about providing worthwhile, great-value installations. All our installations are managed in house by our very experienced project managers. Solar panels are a fantastic investment! The Feed-in Tariff gives you a 10% plus return for 20 years, tax-free for individuals! Thank you for visiting our website
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In 2017, Spirit Solar completed a 4kWp installation on behalf of a homeowner in Basingstoke. The owner wanted a high performance system with long product guarantees. Spirit Solar suggested the use of Sunpower Maxeon 327W Solar panels and Solar Edge inverters. Both of which have longer than normal guarantees, and are high performance products.
In early 2017, Spirit Solar completed a 12kWp installation on the garage block of a high-end residential site developed by Millgate Winchester Ltd. The project presented an usual challenge due to the crescent shape of the roof and the clients requirement for a roof integrated installation.
Spirit Solar we able to design and fit an entirely bespoke PV system, manufactured by GB-sol Ltd. Thus ensuring that the entire roof was covered by Solar Panels.
From September 2015 to February 2016 Spirit installed and commissioned Solar PV systems for 20 buildings spread out over Andover College, and Sparsholt College near Winchester. The arrays ranged from 32 to 400 panels on each roof. These all contributed to a total of over 2,500 BenQ 250W and BenQ 260W panels.
The system was funded by GreenNation, so they have paid the full costs of installation. They benefit from the Feed-In tariff and Export tariff payments, and sell the electricity to Sparsholt and Andover College at a reduced rate. Sparsholt and Andover College benefit from the cheap electricity.
The system was preaccredited so all systems could benefit from the higher 2015 Feed-In Tariff rate.