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Turn your home into a renewable power station with Solar Grants Ireland!

SEAI are now offering Solar Grants for Solar Photovoltaic panels for homeowners.

Up to €3000 of a Grant Now Available in Ireland through

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Cheaper electricity bills

With savings up to 70%


Improve your BER Home rating

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Reduce your emissions

Produce Your Own ‘Green’ Clean Renewable Energy on Your Roof

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Solar PV

€900 per KW installed up to 2kw and €300 per kw for further 2kw when you install a battery.

Battery Storage System

€600, so you can use your electricity at night or in the event of a Power Cut.

Up to €3000 of a Grant Now Available in Ireland through Solar Stream IE.

Any installation over 2kWp must install a battery.
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Check if you’re eligible for the grant and call us Now on 059-9118901 or complete our contact form and we can check if you Qualify for the Grant.

Over 2,500 PV Solar Systems installed by us since 2013 throughout Ireland. Nationwide Installation Network. Finance Available on all our Systems. We are an approved SEAI Company.

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The term ‘solar panel’ is often used interchangeably to describe the panels that generate electricity and those that generate hot water.

Solar panels that produce hot water are known as solar thermal collectors or solar hot water collectors.

Solar panels that produce electricity are known as solar photovoltaic (PV) modules. These panels generate DC electricity when exposed to light.

Solar PV is the rooftop solar you see on homes and businesses. PV or photovoltaic solar panels turn daylight into free electricity and provide you with free energy and free electricity to power your TV, kettle, toaster, phone charger, radio, oven and so on.

A domestic solar PV system consists of a number of solar panels mounted to your roof (or in your garden) and connected into the electrical loads within your building.

The solar panels generate DC (direct current – like a battery) electricity, which is then converted in an inverter to AC (alternating current – like the electricity in your domestic socket). Solar PV systems are rated in kilowatts (kW). A 1kW solar PV system would require 3 or 4 solar panels on your roof.

Any excess electricity produced can be stored in a battery, or other storage solution like your hot water immersion tank. It can also be exported from your house into the electrical network on your street.