We Have An Aim To Help Over 5,000 Homes In 2023

We have an aim to help over 5,000 homes in 2023. To make this possible we are offering a cash back service for all referrals that reach installation.
We are offering up to £500 per referral for each house that has the works completed.
These works, under the ECO4 Scheme, will go on till 2026. The more homes you refer the more people we can collectively help.

A Solar Panel system from smart energy sense will produce cheap, green electricity for your home purely from sunlight.

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Generating your own power will reduce your electricity bills and you could even produce enough to sell some back to the grid.

Be Independent From The Grid

Being less reliant on the grid gives you independence and protects you from price increases from energy suppliers.

Choose Reliable Green Energy

Solar power is one of the most reliable forms of renewable energy. It is also the fastest-growing renewable energy source.


The Low-maintenance Solution

Once installed, your Solar Panels will need very little maintenance and should be kept clean by rainwater. Clean panels can last for decades.


Increase The Value Of Your Home

Solar Panels are a good investment for your home; energy savings and independence from the grid are attractive features for house buyers.


Enjoy Year-round Energy

Solar Panels don’t need direct sunlight to work. Even on a cloudy day, they are still capable of generating electricity for your home.


We’re Always There For You

Repair is unique in having the expertise to both fit and look after all your energy equipment 24/7 once installed.

What Are Solar Panels?

Solar is the world’s fastest-growing energy solution and uses Solar Panels made up of photovoltaic cells to capture the sun’s energy. The best thing is these cells don’t need direct sunlight to work – even on a cloudy day, they are still capable of generating electricity for your home.

How Do Solar Panels work?

The photovoltaic cells in Solar Panels work by converting sunlight into electricity, which can be used to power your household appliances and lighting directly or stored up
in a battery to use later. Any excess electricity goes back
into the grid for others to use (which you will be paid for).