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Sussex Solar Ltd

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Address:
3 Cricketfield Road
Horsham
RH12 1TE

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Works In:
Hampshire
Kent
Surrey
West Sussex

Tel: 01403 257536
Web: www.sussexsolar.com


Company description

Sussex Solar are a specialist Heat pump, Photovoltaic (PV) & Solar thermal company based in West Sussex.

We design, install and maintain all solar energy systems and are accredited under the MCS scheme, allowing you to access FIT (Feed-in-Tariff) for PV and the RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive).

We offer impartial advice, drawing on many years of experience and extensive product knowledge to help ensure you are able to make an informed decision that best suits your needs.

How we work

Company Type: Installer,

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

Products we supply: Sharp, Sanyo, Suntech, REC, Samsung, and other leading brands.
PV modules available with black frames and roof integrated.
Kingspan (Thermomax) - Heat pipe tubes.
Marvel - Flat plates.
Schuco - Flat plates.

Site visits and quotes: Free on site survey, 1 hour duration.
Detailed written quote supplied.
No hard sell, we welcome you to get competitive quotes.

After sales service: 5 yearly fluid change for thermal system.
No routine maintenance required for PV.

Need to know information

Date established: 15/06/2005

MCS certification: Yes

MCS Scheme Installer

MCS Number NIC5025

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: Heat pumps, Solar electricity, Solar thermal,

Environmental policy? No

Accredited environmental management scheme? None

Do you measure your company's carbon footprint? No

Trade Bodies: NICEIC,

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

Insurance policies in place to protect consumers?: £10m public liability insurance

Last recommended on: Dec 7th 2015 by ncparry