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About Us

Who We Are?

DES has been providing specialist, reliable renewable energy technologies to the commercial sector for many years. Our current and previous clients include councils, property developers, commercial landlords, multinational businesses, and plenty of independent local businesses.

Our services include (but are not limited to) rooftop solar, ground mounted solar, ac and dc electric vehicle charging, battery storage systems and specialist hv services. We have worked on projects all across the UK and have big plans for growth in the coming years as the renewables industry continues to develop.

DES are proud members of Solar Energy UK and are committed to providing high quality specialist services to all our clients and helping to shape the future of the renewables market in the UK. Our team regularly speak at industry events such as Solar and Storage and in the last few years have moderated several of the panels.

Our Team

Our management team have a combined experience of over 30 years in the industry

having built MW’s of solar over the last decade and been involved in some of the biggest EV infrastructure rollouts in the UK. We only hire and work with experienced and qualified engineers so we are able to provide outstanding results for all of our clients. Our office staff are highly knowledgeable and always on hand to answer any questions you may have. Whatever the project, You can be assured it will always be carried out by industry professionals and up to the building and electrical code standards.

Why Choose Dynamic Energy Solutions?

We have the experience required to provide the best solution for your needs at a highly affordable rate. Dynamic Energy Solutions prides itself on its values

Our Success
Leading the industry by pursuing excellence and innovative solutions, demonstrating the highest standards and leveraging experience to create a more efficient, sustainable world.

Our Integrity
Empowered to do the right thing with consistent and high ethical standards in everything we do by embracing honesty, fairness, respect and safety.

Our Resourcefulness
Nothing is insurmountable. We do more with less.

Our Dexterity
The flexibility to remain ahead of a changing environment by being entrepreneurial, passionate, open, innovative and smart.

Our Commitment
Engaged, loyal and accountable to our stakeholders in achieving our shared goals.

Our Attitude
Demonstrating a can-do attitude.

Our values shape our culture and the way we conduct business, Energizing a sustainable world

Frequently Asked Questions

This is largely dependent on how much electricity you consume at home. An average home consumes 3500 kWh of electricity per year, but with energy-efficient lighting and appliances, this can be reduced to half (1750 kWh per year.) In the UK, a typical rooftop array is 3 kWp and produces roughly 2500 kWh per year. Yes, you can produce more electricity than you consume on a yearly basis and be a net exporter of power. The disadvantage is that generation does not completely match demand in the home – PV generates less electricity in the winter and none at all at night.

It’s also worth noting that the figures above only represent electricity used for lighting and appliances, not demand for hot water or space heating (which are typically fuelled by gas in the UK, but not always). Customers are increasingly requesting that solar be used to fulfil demand from electric vehicles, which adds to the overall electrical load.

The quantity of electricity generated by a solar array is determined by its size and the quantity of light it receives (which depends on location and orientation). For every kWp of solar panels placed in the UK, the output ranges from 700 kWh in Scotland to over 1000 kWh in Cornwall. During the design phase, we’ll simulate the output of your suggested system.

Solar panels may generally be erected on any roof or open terrain with enough room to support them, with the exception of gloomy areas.

Solar panels may be put on almost every roof type, including tiles, slate, flat roofs, trapezoidal metal roofs, standing seam roofs, and even grass roofs.

Solar carports, canopies, walkways, louvres, facades, and pergolas are all examples of constructions where it may be installed.

Solar panels may be installed on the ground in a variety of ways, from backyard arrays to solar fields.

Solar PV performance can be negatively affected by shading. To begin with, any shade reduces the quantity of light falling on an array, lowering output. Second, because panels are connected in a chain (referred to as a string), the string’s performance is only as good as its weakest link. As a result, shadow (such as from a chimney) might damage not only the shaded panel, but the entire string. We utilise software as designers to assess the impact of shadowing on a structure and adjust the design to reduce shade.

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