List of 3 PV-Installers in London, United Kingdom

PV-Installer London Uk

This article is based on our list of the 700 largest PV-Installers in the UK which contains general contact details, company details as well as information about MCS certification. The list also holds personal contact information.

In the fight against climate change, solar power is a well-known renewable energy source. Although still only a small amount of the UK’s energy comes from solar, the market is rapidly growing. In London, where innovation meets tradition, the demand for sustainable energy solutions has never been greater. The following article presents three London-based PV installers serving the city and surrounding areas.

1. Joju Solar, London

Joju Solar was founded in 2006 and has been a pioneer in the renewables industry ever since. The company particularly focuses on working with communities. They were the first to build a community-funded solar project in the UK and to date have been responsible for almost 10% of all rooftop mounted solar community renewables in the UK. 2023 marks the year Joju Solar were named Contractor of the Year at the E-Mobility Awards for the fourth year in a row.

2. Everyone’s Energy UK Ltd, Hertford

Everyone’s Energy is a fully accredited solar installer serving London and South East England. To this day they have installed over 800 systems since their beginning in 2020. To reduce individual costs and making solar energy accessible for everyone the company partners with “Solar Together”, a group-buying scheme that gets homeowners and local authorities to pitch in for solar panels and the cost for their installation.

3. Glowb Ltd, London

The solar company Glowb Ltd was founded in 2022 and is headquartered in London. The companies vision is to become the most trusted and people-centered solar brand in the UK. To bring this vision to life Glowb have raised €1.4 million in its first funding round in 2023. Their in-house installers focus on only working with tier 1 quality products. The company developed an App to manage your solar system, where you can see how much energy you’re generating, consuming, and exporting.

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