Solar Panels Torquay
Solar Photovoltaic (Solar PV) Panels are part of our future, the sooner you have them installed the sooner you start saving money by reducing energy bills.
Future proof yourself against ever increasing energy bills and making your home more sustainable going green is worthwhile. You could also generate an additional income by selling unused electricity back to your energy provider and by adding a battery storage system you can charge the battery during the day to then use at night. A battery storage system will help you maximise the benefit of all the free electric you generate each day.
DC Energy will help you work out what system is best suited to the electricity demand you have, we can look at the benefits of battery storage and other technologies like IBOOST that diverts all unused electric to the hot water heater helping reduce this bill.
Investing in Solar PV is worthwhile as long as you have a good size roof or land to have at least 8 or more panels, the more solar panels you have the more electric you will generate so you are best maximising the amount of panels on the roof space. Orientation is very important as well as the degree of the pitch of the roof. Direct south facing panels on a good pitch is optimal but many variations of this are also beneficial. DC Energy can explain this in greater details if you would like to arrange an appointment.
DC Energy only use top quality solar panels and all associated elements of the installation avoiding disappointment at a later stage. Our accredited installation teams are experts at installing solar PV for both domestic & commercial installations.
Torquay is a seaside resort town on the English Channel in Devon, south west England. Known for beaches such as Babbacombe and cliffside Oddicombe, Torquay Harbour near the town centre offers shops, cafes and a marina. Torre Abbey, a monastery founded in 1196, has art galleries and extensive gardens featuring plants from local writer Agatha Christie’s novels.
The town’s economy was initially based upon fishing and agriculture, but in the early 19th century it began to develop into a fashionable seaside resort, initially frequented by members of the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars while the Royal Navy anchored in the bay. Later, as the town’s fame spread, it was popular with Victorian society. Renowned for its mild climate, the town earned the nickname the English Riviera.
Torquay’s name originates in its being the quay of the ancient village of Torre. In turn, Torre takes its name from the tor, the extensively quarried remains of which can be seen by the town’s Lymington Road thus giving this the original name of Torrequay, then Torkay, Torkey and Tor Quay before joining the words together to Torquay.