Solar PV is a long-term investment, and Princes LHS Ltd will be there for you every step of the way. As an independent Shropshire-based company, we are able to offer an unrivalled personal service. You can pop into our business premises in Ellesmere anytime during office hours, where we can answer your questions and demonstrate how our solar PV system operates.
Following your installation, which is carried out by our own employed, fully trained engineers, we are available to maintain and service your system for years to come. And, we will give as much free advice over the telephone as you need.
You can trust us to recommend and install the right system for you. Princes LHS Ltd has been Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) certified since 2013 and are members of the Home Insulation & Energy Systems Contractors Scheme (HIES), which offers consumer protection for the installation of renewable energy products.
When Matt came round to discuss solar panels, he really listened to what I was saying, as I wanted a system whereby I could store the solar energy gathered during the day, and then use it when I came home. Whereas other companies told me this was impossible and wanted to sell me geothermal or other technologies, Princes LHS Ltd suggested a battery system, such as those used off-grid. A novel solution.
Geoff StanleyHome OwnerNorthwood
Princes LHS Director
Princes LHS Ltd is an established renewable energy, plumbing, heating and electrical contracting company who have been in business since 2004. We are a local firm based in Ellesmere, Shropshire serving all of Shropshire and surrounding counties. Our Director Matt Smith is apprentice trained, time-served engineers themselves so are always at hand to offer advice to both customers and our engineers when required.
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Solar panels are groups of photovoltaic cells made up of layers of semi-conductive material. When sunlight shines on the panels, photons in the light cause electrons in the panel to move around. The panels then convert the electrons into an electric field creating a current of DC electricity.
So that you can use the energy in your home, a small inverter converts this DC electricity into AC electricity. And any surplus electricity gets exported to the National Grid.