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The products we use

At Ecovolt, we are proud to offer a range of best-selling panels and inverters from manufacturers we know and trust. Our recommendations are based purely on what we believe to be the best option for you.

When it comes to choosing the best solar panel for you, there are 4 main factors to take into consideration:

PanelImagePanelImage1. Efficiency
Some panels are more efficient than others, so they’ll produce more power from a smaller surface area. As a rule the more you’re willing to pay the better the technology and the more efficient the panel. We’d urge you to think about this in relation to the size of your roof – if you have a small roof and want to make the most of the space it’s best to get the most efficient panels you can. If it’s a larger area you’ll get better returns with less-expensive panels. Ecovolt is an authorised partner of Sun power panels, which are the most efficient photovoltaic panels on the market today, with module efficiencies in excess of 20%.

2. Value
The simple way to look at this is the cheaper the system, the better the return on your investment. But if you’re planning for the long term it’s worth remembering that more expensive panels may last longer, and perform more consistently all year round.

3. Aesthetics
If the way the panels look on your roof is a concern, an all-black panel may be the best solution. They’re especially suited to slate roofs as they blend in well with the dark tiles. An alternative could be using solar tiles which replace the tiles on your roof.

4. Warranty
There are two things to look out for here. The product warranty tells you how long the manufacturer will guarantee the workmanship of the panels for, while the performance guarantee indicates how the performance will decline over the panel’s lifetime.

We do not use just one brand of inverter. For a given system, we specify an inverter to maximize the energy return for you. The majority of our installations use inverters from leading manufacturers Fronius and SMA.
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