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Solar Panel Costs and Returns for 2024 Prices for solar panel installations in Ireland including payback period, electricity generated, carbon footprint reduction and more.

Last Updated: 29th December 2023

What do solar panels cost in 2024?

Typical PV solar installation prices at a glance. We've updated these for 2024, including the new SEAI grant rates.
House Size Cost (after SEAI grant) Solar Array Size Electricity Generation / year (South facing 30° roof)
2-bed terraced house €5,919 3.48 kWp
(8 x 435w panels)
3,029 kWh
3-bed semi-detached €6,163 4.35 kWp
(10 x 435w panels)
3,782 kWh
4-bed detached house €6,583 5.22 kWp
(12 x 435w panels)
4,820 kWh
6-bed detached house €7,355 6.96 kWp
(16 x 435w panels)
6,036 kWh

(Click on the house links above or just scroll down to see full info about each house size)

These guide prices include both the equipment and installation. Adding a standard-sized solar storage battery (5.1kWh) would add around €2,400 - €2,800 to the price. This includes the price of the hybrid inverter which is needed to work with the battery.

Lets start with a disclaimer - this is just a rough guide to help you decide if you'd like to investigate getting solar PV panels installed on your house. Each property is unique, so if solar appeals then we would do a unique quote (for free) after visiting the property. That allows us to do a proper system design and calculate accurate numbers for you.

The numbers here though are realistic for average domestic solar panel installations in Ireland in 2024. We've not rounded down the prices, nor rounded up the production numbers. These represent average installations of household solar PV systems here in Ireland. We hope this helps you in the decision on whether to have that conversation about adding solar panels to your home.

Solar Calculator

If you fancy doing your own numbers then you can check our our solar calculator for Ireland here. This will help you see how many panels might fit on your roof, the units of electricity per year you can expect, even what effect roof angle has on output.

Two-bedroom terraced house Typical solar costs and performance

Here are the solar costs and performance numbers for a typical two-bedroom mid-terrace house in the midlands of Ireland. We've assumed a property like this can fit a 3.48 kWp (kilowatts peak) system on its roof.

Cost to Homeowner: €5,919

That's made up of a solar PV system price of €7,889, less the SEAI grant of €1,970

Solar Array size: 3.48 kWp

That's 8 x 435w panels, totalling 16.9 m2, which covers the majority of the south-facing roof.

Generation: 3,029 kWh / year

The units of electricity generated per year.

Payback period: 6 years 4 months

Your system will have paid for itself in 6 years 4 months, then it's free electricity from then on. It's like a bank account paying 11.6% in interest every year.

CO2 saved: 1,045 kg / year

That's the same as 8,038 kms of driving, or 1.3 flights from Dublin to New York.

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Three-bedroom semi-detached house Typical solar costs and performance

Here are the solar costs and performance numbers for a typical three-bedroom semi-detached / end-of-terrace house in the midlands of Ireland. We've assumed a property like this can fit a 4.35 kWp (kilowatts peak) system on its roof.

Cost to Homeowner: €6,163

That's made up of a solar PV system price of €8,263, less the SEAI grant of €2,100

Solar Array size: 4.35 kWp

That's 10 x 435w panels, totalling 21.2 m2, which covers the majority of the south-facing roof.

Generation: 3,782 kWh / year

The units of electricity generated per year.

Payback period: 5 years 6 months

Your system will have paid for itself in 5 years 6 months, then it's free electricity from then on. It's like a bank account paying 13.4% in interest every year.

CO2 saved: 1,305 kg / year

That's the same as 10,038 kms of driving, or 1.6 flights from Dublin to New York.

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Four-bedroom stand-alone house Typical solar costs and performance

Here are the solar costs and performance numbers for a typical four-bedroom stand-alone house in the midlands of Ireland. We've assumed a property like this can fit a 5.22 kWp (kilowatts peak) system on its roof.

Cost to Homeowner: €6,583

That's made up of a solar PV system price of €8,683, less the SEAI grant of €2,100

Solar Array size: 5.22 kWp

That's 12 x 435w panels, totalling 25.4 m2, which covers the majority of the south-facing roof.

Generation: 4,820 kWh / year

The units of electricity generated per year.

Payback period: 5 years 1 month

Your system will have paid for itself in 5 years 1 month, then it's free electricity from then on. It's like a bank account paying 14.6% in interest every year.

CO2 saved: 1,663 kg / year

That's the same as 12,792 kms of driving, or 2 flights from Dublin to New York.

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Six-bedroom stand-alone house Typical solar costs and performance

Here are the solar costs and performance numbers for a typical six-bedroom stand-alone house in the midlands of Ireland. We've assumed a property like this can fit a 6.96 kWp (kilowatts peak) system on its roof.

Cost to Homeowner: €7,355

That's made up of a solar PV system price of €9,455, less the SEAI grant of €2,100

Solar Array size: 6.96 kWp

That's 16 x 435w panels, totalling 33.8 m2, which covers the majority of the south-facing roof.

Generation: 6,036 kWh / year

The units of electricity generated per year.

Payback period: 4 years 7 months

Your system will have paid for itself in 4 years 7 months, then it's free electricity from then on. It's like a bank account paying 16.3% in interest every year.

CO2 saved: 2,082 kg / year

That's the same as 16,015 kms of driving, or 2.5 flights from Dublin to New York.

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The Battery Question

The headline numbers assume no battery. But they are a popular addition, and so for each house, we have done the full reports both with and without a storage battery.

What does a Solar Storage Battery Cost?

A typical solar storage battery (which can store about 5.1kWh of power) will add around €2,400 - €2,800 to the cost of a PV solar panel installation.

We have done the full proper quotes above both with and without a battery, which shows how it affects things like payback and power usage.

Who would benefit from a battery?

If you are mostly away from home during the day, when your panels produce most of their electricity, then a battery can be a choice worth considering as it stores some of that power for when you return later on. If your home is normally occupied in the daytime, then storage is less of a priority.

For all homes they really help smooth peaks and troughs. Solar produces nice steady power, whereas flick the kettle / turn on the oven then suddenly your house's electricity demand has just doubled for a short period of time.

Alternatives to a battery

There are also other ways to make use of excess power generated when you are not about - hot water diverters, overflow to EV car charging, feed-in tariff back to the grid (where you sell your excess electricity to the grid) for example. Just get in touch if you'd like to chat through the options and pros and cons of each solution.

Recent changes

As things currently stand, for people who are often out during the weekdays, then a storage battery will more than pay for itself over the lifespan of the system despite increasing the initial outlay.

Feed-in tariffs were implemented during 2022 in Ireland (see our page about Ireland's Solar Feed-in Tariffs for more info). All Irish utility companies have announced their solar feed-in tariff rates for 2022 and beyond which alters the value benefit of batteries.

Solar Storage Battery Calculator

See our awesome Guide To Solar Storage Batteries in Ireland - Everything you need to know, which includes a solar battery calculator so you can adjust to your own needs and see if the numbers add up for you.

How we did these calculations

We made some simple base assumptions for these calculations. Please do take the above figures just as a rough guide as there are a lot of assumptions we've made to generate these figures. These are all things we would customise for your home should you wish us to do you a solar PV installation quote.

Location: Midlands of Ireland

The location doesn't make a huge difference to solar output in Ireland, though we do take your exact location into account when doing custom quotes.

House and roof access: simple

We've assumed there's no complexity to accessing the property or roof.

Roof: south-facing, average slope (~30°)

If your roof is facing south-east, or south-west, then the production would be about 5% lower. If you are facing east or west, then production would be about 20% lower. Please note though there are some benefits to east / west facing solar panels as their production matches standard consumption patterns - the panels generate in the morning and evening, when more electricity tends to be consumed, so you might not need a battery and might get to use more of your electricity produced. Just contact us if you'd like to discuss such.

We'd not recommend PV solar in Ireland if your roof faces north.

Shading: none

Shading, from surrounding obstacles such as trees in neighbouring properties, or large chimneys on your house, can impact solar production. We have assumed there is no shading for these numbers.

Electricity Consumption: standard

We have assumed an average level of electricity consumption. We've also assumed a fairly standard pattern, where there is only some usage during weekdays but the property is occupied most weekend days.

Hot-water diverter: none

Another use of excess electricity is to heat your hot water via an immersion heater. Generally we don't recommend these anymore. Since the advent of smart meter tariff plans they no longer make financial sense for more people. More about hot water diverters

Electricity Supplier and Tariff: Energia Urban Smart Meter

We have calculated using the Energia Urban Smart Meter tariff. This is a great rate for those with solar due to the high feed-in tariff payments they give you.

Feed-in tariff: Energia - 24 cents / kWh

Feed-in tariffs were implemented in Ireland in 2022. Officially they are called the Clean Export Guarantee (CEG) tariff. This is where you get paid for any excess electricity that you export back out to the national grid.

Each electricity supplier sets their own rates, with SSE Airtricity (24 cents / kWh), Pinergy (25 cents / kWh) and Flogas (20 cents / kWh) being the best so far.

Find out more about Solar Feed-in Tariffs in Ireland (CEG tariff).

Accuracy of Predictions

On our proposals, as well as on our rivals, you'll find lots of information — including some predictions about potential electricity generation and financial savings. Generation, in particular, is required by the SEAI (the people that give out the grants), so you should find that on every quote you get.

We just wanted to talk about the assumptions that are made, so you know the amount of salt you need to add to the various figures.

Electricity Production Figures

These are only indicative, but should be a reasonable guide. We do have to make a lot of assumptions here, and things like weather and shading are two variables that can affect your end output quite a bit. That said, we include a lot in the predictions that are specific to your home — the exact panel type, your location in the country (further north means less sun, we take that into account), the angle of your roof, the direction the panels are facing, typical inverter losses and more. So, they'll never be exact, but they should be in the right ballpark.

Financial Savings

These are more speculative. There's a huge amount of assumptions we have to make, and your own case may differ very significantly. So take these figures with a good dose of caution, they're notoriously hard to predict with total accuracy.

One of the main issues is usage patterns vs. generation patterns. With smart meters, electricity prices vary hugely throughout the day. Your patterns of generation and usage might mean that you are offsetting a large quantity of peak-rate units — great for you, as you are making a big saving. Your neighbour, with the same system, might be offsetting mainly low-rate units, so their savings could be a fraction of yours.

Financial Savings on Batteries

Here you have the greatest influence through which tariff you are on, and how you use your set-up. A "night boost" unit might be ¼ of the price of a normal day unit. So, someone who opts for those tariffs with their utility supplier, who then uses their battery to charge up every night on those super cheap rates, suddenly gets more than double the financial gain from their battery.

As always, we are only too happy to help — if you've questions about how to set up and use your system for the most financial benefit, please just ask.

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K O'DDecember 2023
We couldn't be happier with the service and system itselfFrom the initial site inspection with Dan and the emails back and forth with Kelly we couldn't be happier with the service and the system itself. Everything was communicated clearly and all completed in the timeframe given. The work was very neat and done well. I would be happy to recommend PureVolt Solar to anyone.
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Gordon Hamilton-JonesDecember 2023
The time and effort put in was fantasticI would like to give a big thank you to all of the team at PureVolt who were involved in the design and installation of my recently installed solar panel system. The time and effort put in to what was a complicated design, due to my roof layout, was fantastic (Big thanks to Dan). The two installation teams, the panel fitters on the roof, and the electricians who connected in the Inverter, battery and eddi, were also fantastic. On the back end of this, back in their office controlling all the scheduling and admin etc., answering my many questions about many things but specifically the Grants, Kelly was a star. If you are considering a Solar Panel installation, PureVolt are the company you should go to.
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GearoidDecember 2023
Very neat, very well explained, super service.I had a great experience with John & Kelly on the initial quote and planning of the installation. The installation was done over 2 days and was perfect. Very neat, very well explained, super service. I had an issue with my hot water cylinder constantly heating when there was enough power but that was sorted very quickly. I would highly recommend the PureVolt team.
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Brian GDecember 2023
All very seamless. System is working great.I got three quotes for a Solar PV system and decided to go with PureVolt. The quote was in line with the others and they managed to get more KW out of the space available. We got a 4.5kw system in the end. Communication all along was excellent. The system was installed about 5 weeks after we ordered it, and we received our SEAI grant 3 weeks after the BER assessment - all very seamless. System is working great.
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Terry StoreyNovember 2023
Professional, friendly, organised and very tidyThe PureVolt team have been a pleasure to deal with from start to finish. They were professional, friendly, organised and very tidy. We have no hesitation in recommending this company to anyone.
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Paul DoyleNovember 2023
Each member of staff I dealt was fantasticI did a lot of research and spoke to many Solar installers before settling on Purevolt. I found them not only knowledgeable but willing to discuss any concerns and ideas that I had. At no point did I find them trying to oversell what I didn't need. Their prices are very competitive and they show clear indicative examples on their site, which I think is very open. You have a fair idea of what you are getting into with them before even making contact. From the outset, each member of staff I dealt was fantastic. Their site visit was the most thorough of them all. Checking the roof, the attic where I was siting the equipment, the main fuse board and even where the earth was situated in the hotpress. This resulted in no surprises at installation. After sales service has been excellent, including a follow up visit from a technician to go through any queries I had and to verify all had been done correctly. Based on my experience there is nothing I could find fault with the company and I plan to recommend them highly if anyone asks (my first is already talking to them). As to the actual result from the installation, very pleased with the outcome so far. Even at this time of year my bills have been halved and will only improve as I get the system setup to my liking. As a user I get access and control over the system, enabling me to tweak and adjust as I need. You don't have to do this, I just like to :)
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sean meagherNovember 2023
The quality of the install was perfectI would highly recommend the Pure Volt team. Great customer service, very knowledgeable and helpful. The communications from the roofers and electricians during the install were excellent and the installation as a whole was completed on time and the quality of the install was perfect, very neat and tidy. The panels are in 4 months now and are performing even better than expected.
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Barak PearlmutterNovember 2023
10/10, would recommendWe got bids from a bunch of installers, PureVolt was best on all dimensions including price. The install was seamless. 10/10, would recommend.
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Philip LeeOctober 2023
Great workmanship, neat, quick and professional.Great workmanship, neat, quick and professional. 4Kw system is working perfectly and has made 3Kw since March 2023 installation.
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Iska EuropeOctober 2023
Excellent company to deal with from start to finishPureVolt Solar is an excellent company to deal with from start to finish. Following comprehensive discussion, the installation is professional and with minimal disruption. They also see to relevant paperwork, including SEAI grants. Also, our installation was subject to a random check by SEAI, who found every aspect was excellent. John, Westmeath.
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Anthony CondonOctober 2023
Very Good ServiceVery Good Service
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M HSeptember 2023
I was left with a professional and tidy installation.I started making enquiries to Solar installation companies in the autum of 2022. Most companies didnt bother to respond, some did but soon lost interest when they realised I had done my research and didnt want to just go with "what everyone else does" (whatever that means). PureVolt were the ONLY company that bothered to do a site visit and discuss what my requirements were and if they were feasable. Anything that was not possible was worked around with suggestions that were explained to me with no sales pressure to "Sign today for a special discount". As it turned out, they were wone of the more better priced quotes unlike some of the gougers out there. My install date had to be pushed back a few times due to supply issues (everyone wanted solar in Autum 2022), but i was kept well informed by John each time. Not once did i have to chase for an update. The guys who came to do the installation were complete proffesionals! They discussed everything with be before they started. I wanted cables routing in a certan way to a specific place and Ian the electrician explained where he could and could not do what i was asking and provided reasons why. The placement of panels on the roof was a tricky one (which is why many companies went silent upon seeing a photo of the house) but the lads stuck at it and I was left with a professional and tidy installation. (I think i called Ian the electrician "an artist"). After a month or so, I started getting error messages on the inverter. I contacted PureVolt and they raised a ticket with the support team for the inverter. After the support team checking the inverter remotely a few times, PureVolt organised a replacement inverter and came to fit it. I think after sales support is sometimes overlooked by people comparing prices only. Many companies install, take your money and you never hear from them again when there is a problem. I am confident that 9 months on, I could contact PureVolt and receive support. Highly recommended!
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kevin donovanSeptember 2023
I have highly recommend PureVolt to anyoneVery happy. I have highly recommend PureVolt to anyone that enquired about our Solar system.
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Dan CatanaseSeptember 2023
I would choose them again.My system was installed approximately one year ago. My overall experience with PureVolt Solar has been extremely positive. From the initial contact, site survey to customising the technical solution to suit my particular case and needs, I must say they were very responsive to all my questions, prompt in addressing any concerns, quick and tidy installation and great after sales customer experience. If I were to install another system I would choose them again.
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Charles McCarthySeptember 2023
Very neat workVery pleased no messing very neat work no cleaning up afterwards
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Eamonn EverardSeptember 2023
Good efficient serviceGood efficient service
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Paweł PomianekSeptember 2023
All goodAll good
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Michael FarragherAugust 2023
A pleasure to deal withInstalled 21 panels in Feb 2023 which have operated successfully todate. Their responsiveness and knowledge when compiling the quote to proccessing the paperwork required resulting in a efficient install in 2 days, has resulted in PureVolt Ltd being a pleasure to deal with and who l would return to again.
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Enda DonnellanAugust 2023
Top company.Top company..Any issues are always solved
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Martin TreacyAugust 2023
I can see results alreadyI found pure volt solar to be very professional and great to deal with. I can see results already, very pleased so far.
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Enda and Helene DooleyJuly 2023
...superior to competitors.From the outset our experience with PureVolt has been positive. We had a rapid response to our initial enquiry and the specification and costing was superior to competitors. The estimated time to complete the project was accurate. At all times our queries were answered rapidly. The on-site work was completed within two days and the team left the site tidier than before arrival (not everyone will hoover a tarmacadam drive!). Early days yet but the system is operating to our satisfaction. We would be very happy to work with PureVolt again.
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Seamus MorrisseyJune 2023
Easy to deal with and had great advice, no hard sellTop class from beginning to end, John was easy to deal with and had great advice, no hard sell, roofers and electricians top class and Kelly sorted out the paperwork with great effeciency, highly recommend Purevolt.
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adrian barryJune 2023
PureVolt going the extra mile for my tricky roof!I had a complicated setup and the very quickly found me a good solution and made sure it was at the most competitive price it could be. The installation was done very well, neatly and with PureVolt going the extra mile for my tricky roof!! We've been producing 65% of our electricity from the roof since they installed it and are on track to exceed our savings. I highly recommend them.
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Raymond CarrickJune 2023
PUREVOLT is a great company to work with...PUREVOLT is a great company to work with from first contacting them. I found their website has great information and worth going through before you decide what system you want. Very happy with the price. They did everything, except I needed to set up information for SEAI about the grant which the customer must do themselves. Had panels installed less than 2 months after first contacting them and everything was installed in one day.
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Darren McJune 2023
...can't compliment them enoughEverything went perfect from the work that was done on roof so tidy and neat can’t see cable all secured perfectly, to the electricians Tadhg and Jessica I can’t compliment them enough there work is first class nice neat, on wall ran cable down along the stud work cleaned up after themselves,a world of information went through everything all questions answered great information and told we’re only a phone call away if any problems, and kelly with all information and forms filled ahead of time Esb forms sent in ,ran very smoothly cant praise the lads enough thanks Purvolt
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Daniel FitzgeraldJune 2023
Highly Recommend.Excellent service and personnel from start to finish. Highly recommend.
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Rob ByrneJune 2023
Great service... and total professionals!Can’t recommend PureVolt highly enough. Great service from start to finish and total professionals! Delighted with my new Solar install.
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Michael JamisonJune 2023
Would highly recommend them.Ian, Kelly and the team in pure volt were excellent from start to finish. Very professional company. Any questions I had they got back to me straight away. The work of installing the solar panel system is neat and tidy. would highly recommend them. I will definitely be back to them if I need to add anything else to the system.
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Karen HammondApril 2023
Excellent workmanship and neat installationPurevolt were excellent to deal with from the quote all the way through to the installation. Extremely professional, excellent workmanship and neat installation. Purevolt completed all the paperwork for grants as soon as the installation was complete. Highly recommend them!
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Manish KheterpalApril 2023
Professional from start to finishGood planning and professional from start to finish.
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Ken CooganApril 2023
Professional InstallPleasure to deal with and professional install.
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Mathies Eduard RasmussenApril 2023
...installed just the way we wanted itWe had our solar & battery system installed by PureVolt in April 2023. Very short lead in time of just 13 days from booking to install for us. They were able to accomodate all of our requests, and everything was installed just the way we wanted it.
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Bryan ScullyApril 2023
We are delighted we proceeded with PureVoltCould not speak more highly for PureVolt . From start to finish, it was excellent and stress free. Very competitively priced and provided good, honest advice without trying to sell anything which wasn't needed. The PV system was installed on time and tidy by a very professional team to which they answered any queries we had regarding the installation. The PV panels themselves are performing brilliantly so far. We are delighted we proceeded with PureVolt and would highly recommend them.
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John KilroyApril 2023
...delighted with the resultsDelighted with service from beginning to end in dealing with Purevolt solar. They were very competitively priced, had an incredibly fast turnaround time and fitted top quality equipment. I found John very straight talking and honest in his appraisal of the systems and options available - he is an electrician by trade and has worked in solar for years - he is not a salesman just interested in maximising sales and felt he was genuinely interested in providing the best system to suit our needs. The standard of work carried out by the installers was excellent and the electrician Daniel has a real pride in his work and helped me understand the system and the apps to monitor/ control. We now have solar panels installed and are delighted with the results whereby we can monitor our live solar generation and adjust our usage accordingly and heat our water (using my eddi) and sell the excess electricity back to the grid. As well as going green we are seeing a significant drop in our electricity bills so its a Win Win!
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Adrian InsleyMarch 2023
Great serviceGreat service. Great support from all PureVolt staff. Would highly recommended this company.
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Stefan BinkFebruary 2023
A pleasure to deal withOnce I decided to go with solar panels- the competence, professionalism and delivery of project was top class. The technician that put panels on roof, and the electrical technician that put in the battery and electric press and connected all to house fuse box, were very knowledgeable, experienced and a pleasure to deal with. From the initial contact with the Project Manager to the final installation- the full journey was well explained and I was confident and assured that the installation was delivered to the highest standard.
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Martha SFebruary 2023
...so grateful to have found PurevoltMy husband and I can't provide enough superlative praise to John and his team. We had a system of ten photovoltaic panels installed on our roof this past autumn and found the entire experience a very positive one, from Kelly overseeing logistics from the office to our installation team, who didn't leave until they were certain that all of our questions had been answered. We thought long and hard about the initial expense of installing such a system, but we have absolutely no regrets and have found the panels to be producing at a level in excess of our expectations. To do something good for the environment and our grandchildren, as well as something that has already begun to reap financial benefits is a win win. We are so grateful to have found Purevolt.
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John HudsonJanuary 2023
I'm delighted with PureVoltOnce you have managed to make contact and get a quote (which, as with other solar installers, can take some time) the installation and service from PureVolt was excellent. Very competitively priced and gave good, honest advice without trying to sell anything which I didn't need. The solar panels were installed on time by very professional and friendly roofers and electrician who answered any questions regarding the installation. Following the installation SEAI inspected the works and found nothing to be concerned about. PureVolt's John Egan attended the inspection to in order that he could rectify any problems should they arise. For the first couple of days after the installation I had some minor issues with the inverter app which PureVolt resolved by liaising with the inverter manufacturer. I'm delighted with PureVolt and I highly recommend them.
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Tim HynesNovember 2022
Highly recommendOnce I decided to go with solar panels- the competence, professionalism and delivery of project was top class. The technician that put panels on roof, and the electrical technician that put in the battery and electric press and connected all to house fuse box, were very knowledgeable, experienced and a pleasure to deal with. From the initial contact with the Project Manager to the final installation- the full journey was well explained and I was confident and assured that the installation was delivered to the highest standard.
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Alan DeacyNovember 2022
Extremely happy with the serviceEnquired about a new PV system. John phoned me back shortly after my enquiry and went into great detail about the different systems and tailored one that would suit my needs. I received a very competitive price. Extremely happy with the service this company provided. Very professional and knowledgeable in the solar industry.
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Aidan BerginNovember 2022
Would highly recommend this companyWould highly recommend this company for your solar installation, efficient, tidy and the lads keep you well informed as the installation proceeds.
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