Using the power of the sun is one of the most energy-efficient ways to generate electricity and it will also save you money.

Take Charge Eco Ltd who specialise in the installation of residential and commercial systems. our team of experts will work closely with you to design a solution tailored specifically to your requirements. From selecting the right battery technology to ensuring a seamless installation process, we handle every aspect with professionalism and expertise.

Accreditations and Why

NICEIC Approved Contractor Scheme for Electrician, Solar panel installations must pass standard building regulations The key areas are structural safety of a building (Part A) and electrical safety of a building (Part P).

RECC sets out high consumer protection standards for businesses who are selling renewable energy generation systems to consumers. RECC is approved by Chartered Trading Standards Institute as part of the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme and is also a Trust Mark Scheme Operator. A RECC customer can expect to have a safe and effective system installed which meets their expectations.

MCS is a mark of quality, ensuring that the certified products your Installer uses meet high standards for performance and reliability. It also clearly demonstrates that Installers are technically competent, with a commitment to quality workmanship and good customer care Energy company cannot offer export tariffs to anyone who does not have an MCS certified installation.

You will require a NICEIC certificate with your Installation

We Offer a Range of Solar Solutions


A solar inverter is a type of power inverter which converts the variable direct current (DC) output of a photovoltaic solar panel into a utility frequency alternating current (AC). String inverters are the standard for most residential systems. They work by connecting multiple solar panels into an array and sending the power to a centralized inverter for DC to AC conversion that’s compatible with the grid. An oversized inverter may not utilize the full potential of your solar panel system. During periods of low solar irradiance or partial shading, the oversized inverter might not extract the maximum power output from your panels. This might result in energy production loss. Choose a inverter that has a proven track record of reliability and offers warranties and after-sales service to ensure the longevity and performance of your solar panel system. Take Charge will offer Inverters with high-quality, efficient, and reliable solutions for all solar power systems

Solar Panel

A photovoltaic (PV) cell, commonly called a solar cell, is a nonmechanical device that converts sunlight directly into electricity. Sunlight is composed of photons, or particles of solar energy. Top-tier company that makes affordable, reliable solar panels. In recent years, they’ve introduced innovative products. Selecting the correct number of solar panels will impact your energy production and long-term savings. Installing too few panels will underpower your home, installing panels on South facing roof is ideal for maximum electrical output. East or West facing roofs could still be considered, but North facing roofs are not recommended. Your system size will depend on various factors, such as your energy consumption, available roof space, and budge
The industry standard for most solar panels’ lifespans is 25 to 30 years. Most reputable manufacturers offer production warranties for 25 years Solar panels require sunlight, they don’t work at night.


A solar battery is one of the most important additions to the solar power system. A solar battery is helpful for storing the electricity. The battery can store power during the day, so it’s available at night to keep the lights on for an entire evening. A solar battery system can also turn your off-grid solar system into an emergency backup during power outages Although a solar battery is an additional cost, it is undoubtedly worth it in the long term. Additionally, battery storage is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and be greener, since this energy is generated from your panels as opposed to coming from the National Grid. The amount of battery storage you need is based on your energy usage. Energy usage is measured in kilowatt hours. For example, if you need 1,000 watts for 8 hours per day, then your energy usage is 8kWh per day. A battery capacity of 4 to 8 kWh is usually sufficient for an average four-person home

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