Investment Renewables
We specialise in the installation and maintenance of small - medium scale Wind Turbines and Solar PV systems.

Investment renewables are a Wakefield based company specialising in electrical contracting, solar PV and wind turbines.

We are currently installing domestic and commercial solar PV systems in Wakefield, Huddersfield, Doncaster, Sheffield, Barnsley and Leeds. Being MCS accredited installers all our products qualify for the feed in tariffs currently available.

Our energy advisors will design and quote for both domestic and commercial systems and produce feed in tariff and electricity generation projections for both solar PV and wind turbines.

All paperwork associated with the feed in tariff payments is completed for our clients in house and generation of FIT payments are for 20 years and the generation of electricity will be for many years after.

Every Solar PV system carries a full insurance backed 10 year parts and labour warranty and normally all domestic solar PV systems can be installed in one day. Because of panel efficiencies we now can fit solar panels to every elevation of a home if required to achieve the maximum allowable domestic installed limit of 4KW.

We are approved installers of JA Solar and Solarworld panels, Evance wind turbines and Fronius inverters. We have just completed our 50th wind turbine installation and in excess of 3 megawatts of solar panels. Our experience in all aspects of renewable energy is second to none.

Another great new product emerging for both the residential and commercial industry is the voltage optimiser and Investment renewables are approved distributors of the Voltis Marshall Tufflex range of optimisers.

The Voltis range starts from as little as £550 installed and can save up to 20% off your electricity bill.

Innovative products designed to maximise the usage of electricity you generate from your solar panels is further enhanced by installing an iBoost hot water controller which utilises all the unused electricity generated by not exporting the electricity back to the grid.

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