A system that converts sunlight to energy (photovoltaic).

This isn’t a new technology, in fact the photovoltaic effect was first discovered in 1839 by Alexandre Edmond Becquerel, but it wasn’t until 1954 that Bell Labs announced the invention of the first practical solar cell quoting “limitless energy of the sun”, however these had an efficiency of just 6% . Fast forward to the 21st century and solar is the most efficient it has ever been and is widely being deployed.

G-SOL™ reliably supplies buildings with free power generated by sunlight – and you, as the owner, attractive reduction in your energy bills. Year on year!

Power generation in the UK is changing rapidly and we are facing huge challenges. G-SOL™ is a renewable energy along with wind, hyrdo, bioenergy and geothermal. However, as with G-GEN™, energy generated by G-SOL™ is generated locally, making it highly efficient and an important contribution to a stable energy supply, as energy isn’t lost/wasted during transit. G-SOL™ deployment is expected to rise significantly in the coming years.


The G-SOL™ utilises the latest solar equipment available and by doing so provides the very best efficiencies and product longevity, they are also much better for the environment and your pocket!


The international energy agency (iea) projects that solar power could generate 22% of the world’s electricity by 2050. Although UK sunlight volume is seasonal and can vary with the weather, solar generation is calculated from a dataset of historic annual sunlight figures. An algorithm is utilised to calculate predicted sunlight volume, by day and area in-line with UK guidance.


Electricity costs have consistently risen over the past decades are forecasted to continue in the same vein. Investing in on-site power generation such as G-SOL™ is a quick, financially sound way of protecting your organisation against rising energy costs.


Utilising free generated power on site is the perfect solution compared against traditionally generated power which is only 64% efficient. A G-SOL™ solar system does not emit any carbon emissions so CO2 can drop by up to 80% when you switch to G-SOL™.

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    Preparation of a binding offer

    Conclusion of the contract

    Installation and commissioning

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