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By: Ecologics Solar Solutions  05/12/2011
Keywords: solar panels, solar energy, Water Heating

See below for the Ecologics range of solar PV Panels. All our PV panels are TUV certified and come with a guarantee to supply 90% of full power for 10 years, 80% of full power for 25 years. This warranty is backed up by insurance from Chubb. There is also a 10 year manufacturers warranty. Perfect for both Grid tie and off grid applications.

We can supply Ireland and the UK – Call us now to get a quote.

Please note – these panels come packed boxed in pairs and can be shipped in pairs for an extra €20.00 per panel within Ireland. If you want one panel only, you can collect from our Dublin or Cork depots.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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