Solar Panels for Your Home

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Making the switch couldn’t be easier, at Green Electric we work with you to build a package with best suits your needs. Ireland’s Leading Specialists in Solar PV.

Choosing Green Electric for your home Solar PV panel installation is a smart and sustainable decision. With years of experience in the Solar Industry, Green Electric specialise in providing quality solar energy solutions for you and your home, guaranteed customer satisfaction every installation throughout the North East of Ireland.

Expert Team

Our team of experts and installation crew, Solar PV systems are tailored to meet your specific energy needs every time.

Carbon Footprint

Opting for solar power energy not only reduces your carbon footprint but also significantly lowers your electricity bills giving you massive savings for the future.


At Green Electric we make it easy for you to find the perfect solar system to manage your energy better and reduce your electricity bills.

Long Life

The average PV Solar Panels will continue working for 25 + years.

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Why not take your step towards a greener, more sustainable future by embracing the benefits of renewable energy and make the switch with Green Electric Today!

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How Solar Panels Work: Harnessing the Power of the Sun

Solar PV (photovoltaic) panels are a rapidly growing source of renewable energy and are most commonly installed on rooftops. They are used to convert daylight / sunlight into usable electricity without producing carbon emissions, that can be used to power your home, businesses, and even vehicles.  But how exactly do solar panels work?

Daylight / Sunlight Activation

Solar Panels capture daylight.

Electricity Generation

Daylight / Sunlight’s energy knocks electrons loose in solar cells, creating an electric current.

Direct Current (DC) Production

This electric current is direct current and then is converted by an inverter into alternating current (AC) for home use.

Power Supply

The converted electricity powers your home – appliances and devices.

Excess Energy Management

Any surplus power can be then stored in batteries or sent back to the grid.

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Collectors capture the sun’s radiation and they send the energy to your Inverter. The energy is converted by the Inverter from DC to AC, which is used in your home.


Excess energy will also be stored by your battery for use at night.

Smart Meter

Your system is future-proofed to provide energy for EV Chargers to power an Electric Car.

ESB Grid

Excess energy produced by your system can be sold back to the national grid.


Any surplus power can be then stored in batteries or sent back to the grid.

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The Science behind Solar Panels

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At the heart of a solar panel is a material called a photovoltaic cell, or PV cell for short. PV cells are made of semiconductor materials, such as silicon, which have unique electrical properties that allow them to absorb light and convert it into electricity.

When daylight hits a PV cell, it causes electrons in the semiconductor material to become excited and move around, creating an electrical current.

The PV cell then captures this current and sends it to a solar inverter, which converts the DC (direct current) electricity into AC (alternating current) electricity that can be used to power homes and businesses.

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Types of Solar Panels

Solar Photovoltaic (PV) panels, also known as Solar PV have the incredible ability to capture daylight rays and convert them into energy that you can us to power your home.

At green electric we only use the most efficient monocrystalline panels from leading manufacturers.

Solar panel systems can also vary in size, depending on the amount of electricity they need to generate. Larger systems are typically used for commercial and industrial applications, while smaller systems are used for residential homes and smaller businesses.

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