We are not solar installers but rather, pride ourselves as being solar consultants.  We therefore work with various suppliers and installers to give clients the best quality and value for money, since we can play a neutral role between you, the customer and the installer.

As solar consultants, our role is to provide expert advice and guidance on solar energy systems to clients, while working with various suppliers to ensure that clients receive the best quality and value for their money. By playing a neutral role between the customer and the installer, we help ensure that clients receive objective advice and unbiased recommendations.

We usually conduct a site assessment to evaluate the solar potential of a site by analysing factors such as sun exposure, shading, and roof orientation. This can help determine the feasibility of a solar installation and the optimal design for the system.

As solar consultants we help clients navigate the complex process of selecting and installing a solar energy system, from assessing their energy needs and evaluating their solar potential, to designing and procuring the right equipment, to managing the installation process and providing ongoing support.

Working with various suppliers we provide clients with a range of options and pricing structures, enabling them to select the most appropriate solution for their needs and budget. This can help ensure that clients receive the best possible value for their investment in solar energy.

Overall, as a solar consultant, we play a critical role in helping clients achieve their renewable energy goals, while ensuring that they receive objective advice, unbiased recommendations, and high-quality products and services.  We manage the entire installation process, from procurement and installation to commissioning and testing.

Going hand in hand with a solar system, we specialise in Load Management Systems.

A load management system is a system designed to optimize and manage the use of energy resources, typically electricity, in a building, facility, or network. The goal of a load management system is to balance energy supply and demand while minimizing costs and reducing the environmental impact of energy consumption.

Load management systems typically involve the use of sensors and software to monitor energy consumption in real-time, and to adjust the use of energy resources accordingly. For example, a load management system might automatically adjust the lighting or temperature in a building based on occupancy, or adjust the power usage of individual devices based on their priority or usage patterns.

Load management systems can also incorporate demand response programs, which incentivize customers to reduce their energy consumption during peak demand periods. These programs typically offer financial incentives or other rewards for reducing energy consumption, and can help to balance the energy grid and avoid the need for expensive new infrastructure.

Overall, load management systems can help to reduce energy costs, improve energy efficiency, and reduce the environmental impact of energy consumption. They are increasingly being adopted by businesses, municipalities, and utilities as a key component of their energy management strategies.