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Solar Panel Installation UK

Reliable, Efficient, and Customised solar panel installations across the UK.

Solar Panel Installation Services in the UK

We provide best in class solar panel installation in the UK. Our services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each customer.


Whether you’re looking to cut energy costs, boost property value, or reduce your carbon footprint, our expert team offers end-to-end solutions that handle everything from site assessment to installation and commissioning.

Bespoke Solar Panel Solutions for Every UK Home and Business

Understanding that each property is unique, we design solar panel installations that maximise efficiency and aesthetic appeal for UK homes and businesses.


Our in-depth site evaluations ensure that every installation is optimized for its specific location, providing you with the best possible solar output and energy savings.

Accredited Solar Panel Installation

Our team of certified solar panel installers bring expertise and precision to every project, ensuring optimal performance and durability.

Free quotes in the UK

Get your free quote today and get ready to save big from your solar panel installation in the UK

Choose The Electrical Group for Your UK Solar Panel Installation?

Cost-Effective Solar Panel Solutions

We offer competitive pricing and can help you make use of available solar power incentives.

Customised System Design

Each solar installation is tailored to meet the specific energy needs and goals of our customers.

Quality Parts and Service

We use only the best solar panels and components, ensuring high performance and durability.

Ongoing Support

From the initial consultation to post-installation, we are here to support you every step of the way.

Experienced Solar Technicians

Our certified installers have years of experience and follow the highest industry standards.

Accredited Solar Panel Repairs

Our repair services are fully accredited, meeting the highest industry standards.

Increase Your Property Value with UK Solar Panel Installation

Installing solar panels with The Electrical Group not only lowers your energy bills but also increases your property’s value and appeal.


Our customised installations are designed to blend seamlessly with your property’s architecture while maximising energy production.

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Secure The UKs Future with Sustainable Solar Solutions

By choosing our UK solar panel installation services, you’re investing in a sustainable energy future.


Enjoy the benefits of lower energy costs, reduced carbon emissions, and a reliable energy source that protects against rising energy prices.

Whether you live in Scotland, England or Wales, contact us today to see how we'll save you money.

Our Solar Panel Installation Service Benefits:

Comprehensive Aftercare Support

Our aftercare support encompasses everything from routine maintenance checks to personalised advice.


Ensuring your solar system continues to operate smoothly long after the initial installation

Increased Property Value

Installing solar panels can significantly increase the market value of your UK property.


This makes solar installations a wise investment for homeowners looking to enhance their property's appeal and marketability.

Reduced Energy Bills

One of the most immediate benefits of installing solar panels is the significant reduction in monthly energy bills.


Over time, these savings can completely offset the initial cost of the solar panel system.

  • Who are The Electrical Group
    The Electrical Group are an electrical company based outside of Cardiff, South Wales providing customers with first class customer care & electrical installation
  • Why Choose The Electrical Group
    The Electrical Group offer a value for money service which gives our customers assurances about the standard of work & products used throughout any project
  • What services do you provide?
    The Electrical Group cover all aspects of electrical services for domestic & commercial customers which include: Electrical Installation, Electrical Testing, Planned Maintenance, Repairs, Rewires, Upgrades, Consumer Unit Replacements, New Build Property Design & Installation Solar Photovoltaics & Battery Storage, Electrical Vehicle Chargepoints, Infrared Heating, Electric Heating, Storage heaters, Water Heaters & More
  • What areas do you cover?
    The Electrical Group offer minor electrical services to customers in Cardiif and surrounding areas, all our other services are nationwide (Wales & England)
  • What type of products do you use?
    The Electrical Group use only top brands who can support our philosophy of buy once. Through our R&D (Research & Development) we use our experience to determine selected brands for our customers homes/properties
  • 10 Year Warranty?
    Yes. Our customer beneifit from our ability to offer this market leading warranty that no other electrical company offer. we believe in keeping our customers our customers. what better way to build a family driven community.
  • What does the 10 Year Warranty cover?
    Installation - Even if the product fails within 10 Years we will install a like for like replacement - charging only the value of the failed product(s)
  • What is a periodic inspection?
    A periodic inspection is an inspection and associated testing to check an electrical an installation is in a satisfactory condition for continued service. on completion of the necessary inspection and testing, an electrical installation condition report will be issued detailing any observed damage, deterioration, defects , dangerous condition and any non-compliances with the present-day safety standard which might give rise to danger
  • Who should carry out a periodic inspection?
    Periodic inspection and testing should be carried out only by electrically competent persons, such as The Electrical Group
  • When does a periodic inspection need to be carried out?
    It is recommened that periodic inspection and testing is carried out at the following times: - for tennants properties, every 5 years or at each change of occupancy, whichever is sooner - at least every 10 years for an owner-occupied home - at least every 5 years for business The Landlords and Tenant Act 1985 requires landlords of properties with short leases to keep the electrical wiring in repair and in proper working order. we recommend landlords arrange for a periodic inspection and testing to be carried out by a registered electrician at the relevant intervals shown above. Periodic inspections and testing of the electrics should be carried out more frequently on the places and premises listed here: - 3 years for a Caravan - 1 year for a Swimming pool
  • When do i need a rewire?
    There are no set guidlines as to when a property should be rewired. just because your wiring's old, it doesnt mean its unsafe. We would advise that a periodic inspection is carried out, the test will certify whether the electrics in a property are safe & tell you if anything needs upgrading. You should carry out regular checks around the house on the condition of your cables, switches, sockets, and other accessories. If you notice anything unusual - for example, burn marks on plugs sockets, sound of 'arcing' (buzzing or crackling), fuses blowing or circuit-breakers tripping - get a registered electrician to check your electrics as soon as possible
  • Should i upgrade my fuseboard?
    Yes. we always recommend upgrading the fuseboard to a more modern version for safety. Your whole electrical routine is dependent on the consumer unit doing its job when problems occur for the safety of use.
  • What are solar panels
    Solar panel electricity systems, also known as photovoltaics (PV), capture the energy from the sun using photovoltaic cells. These cells are able to generate electricity on an overcast day, not relying on direct sunlight to function.The cells convert sunlight into electricity which a household can utilise
  • What does photovoltaic (PV) mean?
    Photovoltaic (PV) describes the process by which a material converts sunlight into electricity. Derived from the words ‘photo’, which is Greek for light, and ‘voltaic’, meaning voltage, photovoltaic basically means electricity from the energy of the sun.
  • The benefits of solar PV
    There are several benefits of switching to solar PV - Solar is a renewable energy source which can be harnessed everywhere in the world, every day - Using solar energy means you will be reducing your electricity bills. The more solar energy you generate, the less you’ll be paying for electricity - Solar energy systems typically don’t require much maintenance, cleaning twice a year should suffice.
  • Types of solar inverter
    1. String inverters String inverters are the oldest form of inverter, using a proven technology that has been in use for decades. Solar panels are arranged into groups or rows, with each panel installed on a ‘string’. Multiple strings can be connected to a single inverter, which transforms the DC electricity produced by the panels into appliance-friendly AC electricity. The downside of string inverters is that if the performance of one panel is reduced – for example by damage or shading, the performance of the whole array can be affected. 2. Micro inverters Micro inverters are becoming a popular choice in residential solar systems. These are fitted to each individual solar panel and convert DC to AC on the roof, removing the necessity of a separate inverter. Because the conversion is performed this way, if one or more panels are affected by shade then it doesn’t have an impact on the panels that are still in sunlight. It’s also possible to monitor performance levels of every single solar panel. Micro inverters are often considered as a way to install more solar panels on a roof. Panels that may be in partial shade for some of the day will not affect the performance of the other panels that remain in sunlight more of the time. Micro inverters are still a relatively new technology and are generally more expensive than other inverter types, however, this additional cost may be offset by increased energy production. 3. Power optimisers Offering many of the benefits of microinverters, but slightly less expensive, power optimisers are also located on each individual panel. But instead of converting DC to AC at roof level, they move the DC to a string inverter. With power optimisers, you should be able to monitor the performance of each panel via an online portal.
  • What is a solar battery?
    A solar battery is an energy storage system that allows you to capture and store any unused electricity that your solar panels generate during the day, rather than exporting it to the grid. This enables you to use it to help power your home at the times you need it.
  • How do solar batteries work?
    Solar panels produce direct current (DC) electricity which most solar batteries convert to alternating current (AC) to store for use at a later time. If your solar PV system generates more electricity than you need, this excess goes towards charging the battery. During the night, when your solar panels are not producing electricity, your property will use stored energy. The battery stores electricity as either DC or alternating current (AC) depending on the type of battery chosen.
  • Savings?
    When you store electricity in your solar battery and use it later the main saving you experience is from your electricity bills because you are using your own produced electricity. The amount of savings you could achieve will depend on the size of the solar battery storage system, how much it can discharge, how much your solar panels charge it and also your usage habits
  • How does an electric car charger work?
    Electric vehicles are powered by batteries and require a charging point to recharge them. An EV charging point pumps electricity into the batteries as quickly as possible while monitoring them to avoid any potential damage during the process. Charging time depends on the size of the battery and the speed of the charging point. A typical electric car, such as a Nissan LEAF 30kWh, would take four hours to charge from empty with a 7kW home charging point.
  • How is an electric car charger installed?
    Depending on your power supply and where you park your vehicle, we will be able to determine the best location for your EV charger point. The Electrical Group will position and fix the charger by drilling and clipping the cable to the wall. Your electricity supply will be briefly turned off while the charger is connected to the main power supply. Final safety tests will be carried out and then the qualified installer will give you a full demonstration of how to operate your new charger point
  • How much does installing an EV charger cost?
    The purchase and installation of an EV charging point normally costs around £1,000*1 depending on the model of charger. However, grants and financial supportmay be available. There are many benefits to having an EV charging point at your home: Depending on your car, charging time can be reduced by between 30% and 60% instead of using the mains. Fully charging your battery, rather than just for a couple of hours, will be better in the long run and this is easier to do with your own charging point.
  • Typical electricity costs for an electric car
    The most cost-effective method to charge an electric car would be overnight using an EV home charging point. Based on an average overnight electricity rate of 13p per kWh, it would cost approximately £3.64 to fully charge a 30kWh Nissan LEAF, providing around 115 miles of range. In comparison, a rapid charging station at a motorway service station would typically cost £6.50 for 30 minutes of charge.
  • Grants & financial support
    Help may be available to cover the cost of installing an EV home charging point. A grant is available from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) to help reduce the cost of installation. This is paid directly to the installer and deducted from the total price, often covering the majority of the installation cost.
  • What are Infrared heating systems?
    Whereas conventional heating systems use convection to heat rooms, an infrared panel heating system uses radiation. This means that rather than warming an entire area, radiation heats people and furnishings for a more economical option. About infrared light Infrared light waves are produced by the sun and warm any object they meet, even when the weather is cold. Radiation is often associated with being unsafe, but it is simply a process of energy emission. Infrared radiation is safe, just like visible light radiation – even the human body emits infrared radiation.
  • How does an infrared heating panel work
    They work by releasing radiation from the panel which moves through the air until it reaches an object. As the radiation is absorbed by the object, the molecules inside it begin to vibrate and this action produces heat. The radiation will travel approximately an inch into the body when coming into contact with humans and this produces the sensation of deep heat. Infrared heating and traditional heating Infrared panels are available in solid fuel, gas and oil options. However, electric infrared panels do not require any pipe work for installation, or fuel storage facilities. This means that electric ir heating panels can be placed wherever you wish – either high on the wall or even on the ceiling. Infrared panels vs storage heaters While the initial cost of an electric storage heater may seem like an attractive option in comparison to infrared panels, they are considered more expensive to operate and much less efficient. Infrared panels take up considerably less space and are a more effective heating solution, consuming less energy and requiring little maintenance.
  • Infrared heating panels pros & cons
    There are numerous advantages to choosing infrared heating panels, and also a few disadvantages to be aware of: Pros: Compact panels can also be used for other purposes, such as a bathroom mirror, saving further space Rooms can be heated more quickly with infrared panels as they warm the objects and the air around them and do not rely on convection to heat the air in the room Infrared heating panels require very little maintenance, benefitting from fit and forget technology No fuel is burned to operate infrared heating panels. You can produce 100% clean heat when using them in conjunction with other renewable energy sources, such as solar panels Infrared heating panels are more cost effective than conventional convection heaters because of the method of heating a room Infrared heating is ideal for draughty rooms as the solid objects retain the heat Cons: Infrared heating panels are approximately twice the price of convection space heaters. However, they do cost less to operate so will save money on fuel bills and could be a more cost-effective option in the long term To get the most out of an infrared heating panel, the space between you and the heating panel should be obstacle-free. This isn’t always possible Benefits for your home Damp and mould Because infrared panels heat solid objects, rather than just the air, this means that the panels can be directed towards damp walls which dry the area. This also means that that the spread of mould is greatly reduced by infrared heating. Dust allergies and asthma Also, infrared heating doesn’t circulate dust particles around the home on a continuous basis like conventional convection heating does. So infrared panels are an ideal solution for people who suffer from dust allergies or asthma. Bedroom Because infrared panels don’t contain any moving parts, they are practically silent. This makes them perfect for bedrooms to encourage undisturbed sleep. Reach temperature Infrared panels can reach maximum temperature in as little as 30 seconds, providing heat quickly when needed.

Switch to solar with The Electrical Group. Contact us today for your free solar consultation.

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