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Solar Inverter Replacement

The solar inverter is the hardest-working part of your solar panel system. Your inverter ensures that your solar panels generate as much electricity from the sun as they can by converting DC electricity to AC. But like any hard-working component, they are likely to fail after some years of use. Find out what solar panel inverters do and how you can get a brand new fully warrantied replacement from Sunergy Renewables.

Your Inverter, Explained

A solar panel inverter converts the direct current (DC) electricity produced by your solar panels into alternating current (AC) for your home to use. Most inverters will do this with a 93-96% efficiency, but certain newer types can have an efficiency rating between 97-99%. The cost of the solar inverter is the biggest cost of a solar panel system after the panels themselves. That’s why you want to make sure you’ve got the best inverter for your budget.

Reduced Generation

Is your meter showing that you are generating no energy or far less than normal? While a decline in productivity is normal as systems age, if it changes dramatically this could be due to your inverter failing.

Increasing Bills

Have you noticed that your bills have started to increase? If your inverter is failing you will begin to generate much less electricity than normal, causing an increase of your electricity bill.

Warning Lights

Error messages on the inverter or warning lights also give vital clues that something is wrong. Make sure you get these issues sorted quickly to ensure that you and your family are safe.

Solar Inverters: What are they and how to pick the best one?

We’ve put together a guide detailing everything you need to know about solar inverters; from their role in your solar energy design to picking the best one for your current system and needs.

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Following the governments review into energy saving materials, they have now confirmed that the current 20% VAT on retro-fit or standalone battery storage will no longer be subject to VAT from February 2024. This is huge industry news and a change all of us will welcome, if you are or have been considering battery storage, now is the time to act ahead of install for February 2024, fill out the form below to enquire with us and one of our team members will respond as soon as possible.