Solar (PV) Panels – Manchester

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Renewable Planet is a key supplier and installer of low carbon technologies and energy efficient solutions for both residential and commercial properties.

We act as a route to market for some of the world’s leading low carbon manufacturing suppliers including Tesla, Mitsubishi, Viessmann, Vaillant, LG, JA Solar, Solar Edge and Solis.


As part of this impressive portfolio of low carbon technology systems for renewables our products include Tesla Powerwall Battery Storage, Solar Photovoltaic and PV Systems, Air Source Heat Pumps, Ground Source Heat Pumps, Solar Thermal Systems, Electric Vehicle Charge Points, including Tesla gen 3 wall connectors, Fuel Cell – Micro CHP Units, Biomass Units for the residential and commercial across Manchester and the North West.


As part of our service offering, we supply and install energy efficiency products we are approved by OFGEM under the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) to provide customers with and have recently been approved by the Department of Transport as certified Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) installer for the Electric Vehicle Home charge Scheme.


As a Trusted MCS Installer we have been approved to undertake work on the Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) as part of the government’s commitment to low-carbon heating technology. Contact us today to submit your application as £5,000 grants are now available for homeowners choosing to replace fossil fuel boilers with efficient low carbon heat pumps.

Manchester is a major city in the northwest of England and is one of the UK’s largest metropolitan areas. Here’s some key information about Manchester:

  1. Location: Manchester is located in the county of Greater Manchester and lies approximately 30 miles east of Liverpool and 30 miles west of Leeds. It’s situated in the heart of the North West of England.

  2. History: Manchester has a rich industrial heritage, particularly known for its role in the cotton industry during the Industrial Revolution. It was the world’s first industrialized city and played a significant role in the growth of the British Empire. Today, it’s known for its cultural significance, sporting achievements, and vibrant urban life.

  3. Economy: Manchester is a major economic hub in the UK, with a diverse economy spanning finance, manufacturing, technology, media, and healthcare. It’s home to many multinational companies, as well as a thriving startup scene. The city’s economy has seen significant growth and regeneration in recent decades.

  4. Landmarks and Attractions: Manchester boasts a range of landmarks and attractions, including the iconic Manchester Town Hall, Manchester Cathedral, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the John Rylands Library. Sports fans flock to Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, and the Etihad Stadium, home of Manchester City.

  5. Transport: Manchester benefits from excellent transport links, including Manchester Airport, which is one of the busiest airports in the UK. The city is well-connected by rail, with Manchester Piccadilly station serving as a major railway hub. It’s also accessible by road via the M60 motorway.

  6. Education: Manchester is home to several universities, including the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, and the Royal Northern College of Music. These institutions attract students from around the world and contribute to the city’s vibrant academic and cultural scene.

  7. Culture: Manchester has a rich cultural heritage and is renowned for its music scene, particularly during the “Madchester” era of the late 1980s and early 1990s. The city is also home to numerous theaters, art galleries, museums, and music venues, catering to a wide range of tastes.

  8. Population: Manchester is one of the UK’s most populous cities, with a diverse population of over half a million people. Its population is multicultural, with residents from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds contributing to the city’s vibrant cultural tapestry.

  9. Green Spaces: Despite being an urban center, Manchester offers plenty of green spaces, including parks such as Heaton Park, Platt Fields Park, and Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden, providing residents and visitors with areas for recreation and relaxation.

Overall, Manchester is a dynamic and culturally rich city with a proud industrial heritage, thriving economy, and diverse population. It’s known for its vibrant arts scene, world-class universities, and sporting prowess, making it a popular destination for tourists, students, and professionals alike.

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