The latest technology to deliver solar power is coming to our homes, but how to do it?
That is the question posed by the launch of a new solar installer by Tesla Energy, which is selling the first-of-its-kind rooftop solar systems to homeowners across the UK.
Tesla Energy’s solar installation installer Theres solar on your ceiling, solar on the roof and solar on top of your roof, with the installer’s own SolarWinds software running the system.
It is not just for roof-solar-users who can choose from three models, but anyone with a roof.
The installer’s software allows customers to choose from the SolarWind and SolarWind S2 modules for installing solar on their roofs.
The first model can be installed with just two modules, but the second model can also be fitted with six modules, which will allow for up to 12 kW of solar power on a single solar panel.
The solar panels will then be installed in the roof, which means that the roof-side solar panels are only the roof.
This will mean that the customer has no need to move their solar panels, because they can simply get the power from their local grid.
Theres no electricity bills to payThe installer will install your panels on the ground floor of your house, which should be the same as what you would install on your front door.
There will be no electricity charges to pay, as they are paid directly to the customer.
The panels will be fully automated.
TeslasSolarWinds has a similar concept to SolarWind, where a customer can control the amount of energy being generated from the panels by a remote panel.
This allows for a lower cost and the customer will have complete control of the solar system.
The installation process is simple, and the installer is happy to help.
The installation will take between 15 minutes and an hour, with all the details covered by a 30-day trial period.
The installer will make sure that all of the modules are installed correctly, and all the modules will be connected to the electricity grid.
The system can also produce the same amount of power as a standard home solar system, which can provide around 3.6 kilowatts of energy.
A range of roof systems can be fitted on a homeThe installer says that it can produce around 12 kW per panel, which makes it possible to use any roof with a suitable roof height, so it can be used in areas that are too high for traditional solar panels.
This means that you can install your rooftop solar system on your terrace or in an area with a low-lying roof.
It also means that your roof can be raised and lowered to meet the solar panels’ height.
The company will not be offering any solar energy to the public yet, as there is a long way to go in terms of the installation of solar energy in the UK, but it has a range of other solar panels to offer to the community.
Theres also a range to offer in a residential setting, which are designed to produce the equivalent of 12 kW.
Themes for the solar installation can be tailored to suit your needsThemes can be applied to the panels to create a range from the simple to the complex, from the more straightforward to the more challenging.
Themes include colours, textures, lighting, and different types of shading, which create a more realistic feel to the solar panel’s panels.
A solar theme will also allow for the installation to be completely automated, meaning that there is no need for a technician to manually connect the solar modules.
The solar installation will be installed on your own roofThe installer has chosen a solar theme for its installation, but you can also choose to install it on your neighbours’ roof.
There is no charge for the system, as the panels will only be used by the customer and the installer.
The installers own software will then generate the required data and then run the system on a computer.
There are also plans to extend the installation beyond the residential roof, so that the system can be set up in a variety of different areas of your property.