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Current Energy Solutions Ltd

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Address:
17 Whalley Lane
Uplyme
Lyme Regis
DT7 3UR

Renewable energy

Solar electricity
(5 / 5) (34 recommendations)
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Works In:
Devon
Dorset
Somerset

Company description

Current Energy Solutions ( Formally Abacus Renewable Energy ) prides itself on friendly advice and high quality installations at reasonable prices.

We are experienced electricians and can provide original solutions to difficult installation requirements including a flat roofing system that can be installed without planning permission.

Having attained MSC accreditation in October 2007 we are one of the longest established installers in the South West.

How we work

Company Type: Installer, Consultant,

Markets we work in: Community, Domestic, New build, Private sector, Public sector, Renovation, Retrofit,

Products we supply: Sanyo, Sharp,Kyocera, REC,Suntech Modules. Fronius & SMA Inverters, Solar-Iboost, Immersun Units, Solar Edge

Site visits and quotes: On receipt of the initial enquiry we will discuss your requirements and answer any questions that you may have. We will always give you an idea of the likely costs involved and should you wish we will visit your premises and then provide a free no obligation quote.

After sales service: As part of our installation service we can review your existing energy use and suggest improvements that may save you money.

Need to know information

Date established: 1996

MCS certification: Yes

MCS Scheme Installer

MCS Number NIC2081

Certified bodies: NICEIC,

NB: to be certain that this information is up to date check on the MCS website before you go ahead.

Certified technologies: Solar electricity,

Environmental policy? Yes

Accredited environmental management scheme? None

Do you measure your company's carbon footprint? No

Trade Bodies: NICEIC,

Other certification schemes: NICIEC - Electrician's Certification Scheme, RECC (Renewable Energy Consumer Code),

Last recommended on: Apr 20th 2015 by REAB