We installed LG’s Neon 2 solar PV panels on the slate roof of a 130 year old property in Oxford. With all properties we undertake a structural survey to ensure the roof structure is robust enough to take the additional wind and snow loadings caused by the solar panels.
2020 has seen a huge increase in interest for home installed electric vehicle chargers. In the run up to Christmas we are seeing just as many enquiries for EV chargers as we are solar PV systems. We’ve just finished another install of the Zappi charge point from Myenergi and we look forward to continuing to fit these into 2021 and …
We installed 5.53kWp of solar with a Tesla Powerwall 2 battery on a domestic property in Reading. The system was designed for whole home backup and it was a great moment to kill the main supply and see the battery power the house with barely a flicker of the lights during the transition.
As part of a barn refurbishment near Henley on Thames, we replaced an inoperative Mastervolt PV solar inverter with 3 new SMA SB5.0-1-AV inverters to work alongside the existing older SMA SB2500 units originally installed in 2010 and still chugging along.
We installed a Zappi 7kW smart charger which allows the client to both charge his vehicle from the grid and direct from his solar PV array. When the PV array is generating more electricity than is being used by the house, the excess power is delivered into the car battery.
A customer in Caversham wanted an in roof solar PV system as part of the renovation works at their property. Tethys Energy provided the GSE in roof mounting system which sits the solar panels flush to the roof creating a better aesthetic than an on roof system.
A customer in Fleet was having an issue with pigeons accessing beneath their PV array. Tethys Energy installed a steel wire mesh around the perimeter of the array to prevent any further issues. Within a few days the pigeons had moved on.
4.55kWp array using JA Solar Percium Half Cell modules and Sunfixings mounting system. Our client was keen to make effective use of his south facing barn roof to supply electricity to his farmhouse.