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Tanjent Guide to Solar PV System Maintenance

Here is our guidance on solar PV maintenance in a typical domestic situation. It is based in part on the IET Code of Practice on Grid-Connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems.While solar PV systems have few if any moving parts and are generally low maintenance, Tanjent recommends that customers make themselves familiar with the main elements of

Tanjent Expands into New Office

Tanjent moves into new Hemel Hempstead office to cope with demand As part of our expansion plans under way to cope with the enormous demand for Solar and Battery systems, Tanjent has moved into new premises in the Hemel Hempstead industrial estate. Main entrance Situated next to the M1 and the M25

Solar Made Simple 3: Installing Solar Panels

So you've learnt all you need to know about solar panels and you know what solar can do for you, now it's time to understand the basics of putting solar panels in place. For large commercial solar farms it's common to install them on metal frames out in the open, but for nearly all other

Solar Made Simple 2: What Can Solar Do For Me?

For an introduction to solar panels see our Solar Made Simple 1: All You Need to Know About Solar Panels. The first step in learning what solar panels can do for you is about understanding how many panels can fit on your roof, and hence how much electricity those panels can generate for you.

Battery Installs: Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire

Here's a typical home battery installation, this one installed recently in a customer's garage in Newport Pagnell. It consists of 5x 2.4kWh Pylontech US2000 batteries, making a total capacity of 12 kWh. A Tanjent Powerbanx home battery system (Image: Tanjent) The batteries are combined in a complete system with a Sofar ME3000SP battery

Ukraine crisis: Warning UK energy bills could top £3,000 a year

Household energy bills could top £3,000 a year in England, Wales and Scotland from October, in part due to the Ukraine crisis, a report has warned. The bank Investec said the conflict, along with surging global demand, had made gas and electricity prices soar. It expects the energy price cap, which limits what suppliers

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