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Sustainable technology for your home
Solar PV panels are an eco-friendly way of reducing your electricity bills, providing a sustainable source of energy for your home.
Solar photovoltaic panels use sunlight to create clean energy for your home. Cells across the panels, which are usually made from semiconducting materials like silicon, absorb sunlight and create a flow of electricity that can then be used by your home. Solar PV panels begin producing electricity as soon as they’re installed – even when it’s cloudy.
By utilising the sun, your solar PV panels are an eco-friendly way of powering your home – helping to reduce your carbon footprint.
Bellway unveiled its Future Home at The University of Salford, an experimental eco house built to trial low-carbon technologies.
The house has been constructed within a chamber at Energy House 2.0, the university’s £16 million research facility which was part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
The Future Home and the wider Energy House 2.0 project will pioneer new ways to build homes, as well as teaching us how we can live in a more environmentally friendly and cost-conscious way.Find out more
Solar PV panels are currently being rolled out across many new Bellway developments. Speak with an advisor at your chosen development to find out more.
Yes! Even when it’s cloudy, solar panels can produce enough electricity for your home.
Typically, your solar panels will produce enough electricity to offset the fees you pay to your electricity provider, but there are times when your solar panels will not produce electricity (for example, at night) so, depending on your usage, you may still require power from the grid.
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