In response to the growing demand for sustainable energy solutions, the JM Renewables team recently undertook a solar panel installation project in Axton, Flintshire. The focus was on a dormer bungalow requiring both a new roof and a renewable energy source. This case study examines the methodology employed, the installation process, and the subsequent outcome of this project.
The methodology adopted for this solar panel installation project involved a meticulous approach to ensure optimal efficiency and seamless integration. Recognising the need for a sustainable energy solution, the client decided to combine a new roof installation with the integration of solar panels. This provided a dual benefit of structural enhancement and renewable energy generation.
The project utilised 12 x 375W Trina in-roof solar panels, strategically placed to harness the maximum amount of sunlight. The choice of Trina panels, known for their reliability and efficiency, aligned with our commitment to delivering high-quality and durable solutions. Additionally, the installation featured a 3.6 kW Solis inverter, selected for its advanced technology and compatibility with the chosen solar panels.
Our in-house installation team worked hand in hand with the roofing contractor to ensure the seamless integration of the solar panels into the roof of the dormer bungalow. Given that the property required a new roof, it presented an excellent opportunity to install the solar panels directly into the roof structure, enhancing its aesthetic appeal.
Our team of skilled technicians worked diligently to secure the Trina solar panels, ensuring they were seamlessly integrated into the roofing structure. The 3.6 kW Solis inverter was installed to convert the harvested solar energy into usable electricity efficiently. The inverter, known for its reliability and efficiency, complemented the high-performance Trina solar panels.
Following the successful installation, the home in North Wales now boasts a state-of-the-art solar panel system that not only contributes to environmental sustainability but also enhances the overall value of the property. The integration of solar panels during the roof replacement showcased the forward-thinking approach of the homeowner, capitalising on the opportunity to merge home improvements with eco-friendly energy solutions.
The 3.6 kW Solis inverter ensures that the solar energy harvested by the Trina panels is seamlessly converted into electricity, contributing to reduced reliance on the National Grid. The outcome is a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics, where the solar panels sit flush with the roof, reflecting a commitment to both sustainability and aesthetics. This case study is a great example of our dedication to delivering innovative and integrated solutions that meet the evolving needs of our clients while making a positive impact on the environment.