All newly built dwellings in the UK must now gain a ‘pass’ on their SAP calculations in order to meet current building regulations. SAP stands for ‘Standard Assessment Procedure’ and is the only official, government approved system for assessing the energy rating of a new home. Without it, building control will not sign off the development and the property cannot be let or marketed for sale.

Planners and councils now increasingly use SAP calculations to meet sustainability targets and drive local renewable energy policy.

Solar panels are a great solution to the challenges faced by construction projects that are required to adhere to building regulations and restrict CO2 emissions.

Whether you are building a new house and require just two solar panels to get through planning, or are developing a block of flats that require 15KW of solar power, Green Energy Electrical will be happy to help.

A solar panel installation company, we have completed over a thousand installs throughout Essex, the East of England and beyond on both residential and commercial properties.

If you have a requirement for renewable energy within your developments then please do not hesitate to contact us.

We are NICEIC Approved Contractors, accredited by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) and members of the Home Insulation & Energy Systems Contractors Scheme (Hies).

Our dedicated staff in our Essex-based offices will be happy to receive your calls and answer any enquiries.

Below, you will see some customer testimonials. Our Google reviews can be found here.

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A set of three new-build homes that each required just 0.5KW of renewable energy to get through building regulations. Green Energy Electrical installed two 250W solar panels on each property.

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The electrician explained everything clearly.

The electrician explained everything clearly.

The installation was done quickly and efficiently and the electrician explained everything clearly.
All good

All good

All good. Job done in good time, very efficient.
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