About Solar PV

Power Generation Process: From DC to AC

Solar panels use photovoltaic (PV) technology to harness sunlight and generate direct current (DC), which is then converted into alternating current (AC) through advanced inverters. This transformation makes the generated energy compatible with the connection to the electricity network.

Evolution of PV

PV technology has been in use for over fifty years. From solar-powered calculators to the latest grid-connected solar panels, technological advancements have significantly enhanced the efficiency and reliability of PV devices. Mass production on a global scale, initiated in the early 2000s, has further driven down production costs, making solar PV an increasingly popular and accessible energy source.

The Global Rise of Solar PV

With the increasing manufacturing scale, the production cost is steadily decreasing. Solar PV is now an economically viable and sustainable choice worldwide.

We Are Committed Towards a Cleaner, Greener Future by Pursuing Sustainable Solar Solutions


Homes powered


GW pipeline


Per cent planning success rate

Why Solar PV?

Solar PV stands as the fastest-growing and easiest-to-deploy global renewable energy. Solar farms produce no emissions and are visually unobtrusive, leaving minimal impact on their local environment.

Renewable energy can provide national energy security. In the UK, renewable generation makes up approximately 44.5% of overall generation while in Ireland it is close to 40%.

Solar Production Capacity by 2030

United Kingdom

+10 GW


+6 GW


+5 GW

Republic of Ireland

+3 GW

Benefits of Solar PV

Solar energy provides electricity emission-free, reducing CO2 and reliance on imported fossil fuels. Clean, quiet, and visually discreet, solar farms create eco-friendly habitats, enhancing biodiversity. Solar energy doesn’t require the input of external power, which supports national independence in fueling our future.
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