Bright Sky Solar prides itself on using only the very best solar PV products.
Our primary supplier is Canadian Solar Panels, the third largest solar panel manufaturer in the world.
We believe they offer uncompromising value to its customers across the globe.
We choose Canadian Solar not only because they manufacture high-quality solar PV products with market-leading cost structures but that they deliver the best value possible.
Canadian solar’s leading cell and module technology guarantees world class stability and reliability backed by a 25 year linear performance warranty.
This warranty comes with a further 25 year, insurance-backed warranty making them a very safe, secure investment.
All series of regular modules are manufactured to the strictest engineering guidelines, ensuring each module meets the international standards of quality and safety.
10 Good Reasons to Choose Canadian Solar
The Canadian Solar 25 year wearranty explained
The Panasonic HIT solar cell is composed of a mono thin crystalline silicon wafer surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers.
This product provides industry-leading performance and value using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques.
It can allow for more capacity in a single area, and provides very high performance, even at high temperatures.
SolarEdge provides high quality solar power harvesting and PV monitoring solutions, aimed at maximizing the power generation of residential,
commercial and large-scale PV system installations by up to 25%, for a faster return on investment.
Having supplied tens of thousands of properties nationwide with effective sustainable solutions, Immersun work with eco-companies globally to increase the self-consumption of green energy.
Their market-leading range of energy controllers uses a patented British design and the latest eco-technology to minimise reliance on mains supply.
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A large portion of the energy your solar panels produce will be exported back to the grid.
In standby mode 90% of the electricity you generate could be exported.
It is assumed that you export 50% of what you generate and this is what you are paid for by your energy supplier at around 5 pence per unit regardless of how much energy is actually exported.
Your energy supplier will then sell it back to you at a much higher rate (typically 12 pence per unit) when you require more energy than you are generating.
It makes sense therefore to harness this energy, prevent it from going back to the grid and use it yourself.
Battery storage enables you store your excess generation for you to use later when your consumption is higher than your generation.