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Solar Panels

Residential Solar

Power Your Home with Clean Energy

Popular Packages

Popular systems:

Starting from £7,950

(Subject to Survey)

4.3 kWp Solar PV System + 

5.2 kWh Battery Storage System

  • 10 x 415W Trina/Longi/Jinko All Black Panels

  • 1 x Hybrid 3.7kW Inverter

  • 1 x 5.2kWh Battery Storage System

  • Online monitoring portal

  • Excellent warranties

  • Scaffolding included

  • No hidden extras

Popular systems:

Starting from £8500

(Subject to Survey)

6.0 kWp Solar PV System + 

5.2 kWh Battery Storage System

  • 14 x 415W Trina/Longi/Jinko All Black Panels

  • 1 x Hybrid 5.0kW Inverter

  • 1 x 5.2kWh Battery Storage System

  • Online monitoring portal

  • Excellent warranties

  • Scaffolding included

  • No hidden extras

Popular systems:

Starting from £9,500

(Subject to Survey)

6.0 kWp Solar PV System + 

10.0 kWh Battery Storage System

  • 14 x 415W Trina/Longi/Jinko All Black Panels

  • 1 x Hybrid 5.0kW Inverter

  • 1 x 10.0kWh Battery Storage System

  • Online monitoring portal

  • Excellent warranties

  • Scaffolding included

  • No hidden extras

*Package can be adjusted to suit your requirements

Product Warranty

Trina/Longi/JA/Jinko All Black MonoCrystalline:

15 Years Product Warranty and 25 Years Linear Power Warranty

10 Year Inverter Warranty

10 Year Battery Warranty

Tailored for you

 To ensure that your solar system is suitable for you and your family, our sales and design team will ask you few questions to determine the system size and design that is right for you.


How many occupants usually stay at home during the day/night?

Siblings at Home

Roof Examination

Is your roof suitable for a Green Roof?

Solar Panel Home

Power Consumption

What is your day / night power consumption?

Peaceful Home

Future Power Requirement

What does your future power needs look like?

Home Control App

These questions about your energy usage, electricity bill, energy habits, expectations, and future requirements, will help us design the perfect system to suit your needs.

Solar System Inclusions

  • G98/G99 Approval

  • Complete Solar PV Simulation Report

  • Roof Mounting System 

  • Bird Proofing

  • AC & DC Isolators

  • AC & DC Surge Protection Devices (SPDs)

  • All associated AC & DC Cabling / Containment

  • All Electrical and Roofing Installation Costs

  • System Commissioning

  • All required access / scaffold

  • All survey costs

  • Full demonstration of system operation upon completion

  • Online Monitoring of Solar PV System

  • MCS Certification

  • Electrical Completion Certificate

  • Building Control Certificate

  • Handover pack including installed equipment datasheets & Warranty

  • Workmanship Insurance backed warranty


How it works


After you have reached out to us, our team will give you a call to discuss your solar energy needs. We will also answer any questions you have regarding our systems to help you find the solar solution you are looking for.

Step 2


Once you have chosen your preferred option, we will set out an installation date. When the day comes our in-house team will install your panels, ensuring everything has been connected and set up correctly. We will then clean up before leaving.   

Step 4
Step 1


During our consultation we will inspect your roof and property to help determine ease of install and shading. Once done we will discuss two proposals we have created and options surrounding batteries and oversizing your system.  

Step 3


After installation you will receive the full support from our team to assist with any more questions or concerns you have. We can provide advice on connecting your panels to the grid to sell back the energy, and warranty advice.  

  • Why Should I get Solar Panels?
    The main advantages are that electricity produced is zero carbon, and therefore does not contribute to climate change.  The electricity is free once the system has been paid for, and you will be paid a premium for all the electricity you produce called the Smart Export tariff.  Over the lifetime of the system, the cost of electricity produced is far lower than purchasing from the grid.  There is the satisfaction of generating your own electricity, and not being as reliant on your electricity supplier anymore.
  • How much will it cost to install solar PV/Battery at my home?
    This will depend on the Solar PV size of the system, Battery Capacity, roof orientation, access to the roof, and the existing electrical wiring/DNO connection in your home. We will cost each project after the site survey (Remote or at Site) to give the maximum benefit with best discounted rates to get the fastest Return on investment (ROI). All of our quotations will include a financial estimate to give you a ROI figure. For most domestic installs, with a decent roof orientation we normally see payback times of 5-10 years.
  • What Does A Typical Home Solar Power System Consist Of?
    There are four major components of a solar energy system, including the solar panels - which are the 'face' of the system and the part most people see, and they include the inverter, Solar Panels and the batteries. The inverter is responsible for converting the Direct Current (DC) electricity that the solar panels produce into 240V AC electricity, which is what powers everything in your home.  The mounting system is used to attach the panels to your roof securely. Reputable solar providers like the team here at Newlyn only use MCS certified mounting systems. Then finally, if required, there are the solar batteries. The batteries store all of the energy that has been generated during the day so that it can be used throughout the evening when the system is no longer generating power.
  • Which Solar System Size Is Right For Me?
    The amount of energy you consume is the most crucial factor in determining what size of solar energy system you need. So when it comes to deciding the right size solar system for your property, you have to consider the following. Your average energy usage Your current energy usage in kwh You also need to consider the size of your roof and orientation, as these are essential factors for determining the right size solar system you need. However, there is a much simpler process, and that is by speaking to the professionals here at Newlyn. Our team of expert installers can do all the calculations on your behalf and propose the perfect-sized system for your property.
  • Does Shading Affect my Solar PV System?
    Shading can be very detrimental to solar PV performance.  First, any shade will reduce the amount of light landing on an array and reduce output.  Second, because panels are wired together in a chain (called a string) the performance of that string is only as good as its weakest link.  So shade, (eg from a chimney) can affect not just the one panel that is shaded, but the whole string.  As designers we use software to estimate the effects of shading for a particular building, and modify the design to minimise shade.
  • Do Pigeons Nest Under Solar Panels?
    Pigeons nesting under your panels and fouling your property is one of the most frustrating issues faced by solar households. Pigeons, as other birds, are always looking for perfect places for nesting. The most preferable places are covered ones, where they can leave the eggs on safe, and the best option is a warm one to avoid freezing during the winter. To prevent this, we will install a bird guard to surround your panels.
  • Do Solar Panels require maintenance?
    Generally PV does not need maintenance during its effective life. Unlike other technologies, solar PV has no moving parts, so there is nothing to wear out or need lubricating.  Solar panels are warrantied to work for 25years, and may last even longer than that. However, in some locations there is too much dust, plant debris (leaves etc) or bird excrement, so the panels can get dirty and as a result the generation will drop. Therefore, we advise to service the system once a year to keep them perfectly clean and to get the maximum generation from the system.
  • How long Do Solar Panels take to install?
    This will depend on the size of the installation. Typically a residential installation of solar PV will take 1 day to complete, though more complex systems may take longer. This excludes the installation of scaffolding which will typically take 1 day to erect in advance and 1/2 a day to remove for a residential installation.
  • Smart Export Guarantee (SEG)
    The SEG launched on 1 January 2020 and is a government-backed initiative. The SEG requires some electricity suppliers, known as SEG Licensees, to pay small-scale generators, known as SEG Generators, for low-carbon electricity which they export back to the National Grid, providing certain criteria are met. 
  • How does the SEG scheme work? 
    SEG Licensees determine the rate, contract length and other terms which SEG Generators will receive. SEG tariff rates must always be above zero. SEG payments are calculated by using export meter readings. SEG Generators are paid by their chosen SEG Licensee for the electricity which they export back to the National Grid. Generators thinking of applying for a SEG tariff should shop around to see which tariff is best for their individual circumstances. You can also find the list of current SEG Licensees which publish annually by Ofgem.
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