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'High-yield thin film' Solar PV Systems as UK partner for Solar Frontier

19 April 2013

Stand 22E100 at the forthcoming FS at Birmingham’s NEC, will see Save Energy Group present its 'advanced, high-yield thin film Solar PV Systems' as UK partner for Solar Frontier

These systems are said to be suited to commercial installations providing returns on investment, reliability and environmental credentials. As a specialist for renewable energy systems in both commercial and domestic sectors, SEG says it designs and installs PV systems.

It also provides a full monitoring and maintenance service with continuous real-time system monitoring to ensure clients always achieve optimum results from their systems. The event is also an opportunity for SEG to showcase their in-roof Solar PV system for the smooth and smart integration of solar panels – which also offers valuable material savings, as well as ground mount solar PV plus an expertise in Air/Ground Source Heat Pumps and Biomass heating solutions.

SEG sit on the Executive Board of the British Photovoltaic Association – BPVA and are approved by Trading Standard through their Buy with Confidence Scheme. Commercial industry experts, Mike Davies and Wolf Dietrich will be available throughout the event to answer your questions on product options, benefits and attractive finance models.

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