Solar Systems to launch new ‘Pluginsolarpanels’
Thursday, 14 February 2013 17:27

SOMERSET business owners are next month (March, 2013) invited to attend a launch of a new portable solar panel product for people to use to offset and reduce their electrical consumption.

Solar Systems’ Pluginsolarpanels product will be unveiled at Wimbleball Lake on Thursday, March 14 and anyone interested in attending can contact the company for an invitation.

Phil Grabham, Managing Director of Solar Systems, said: “We have invited businesses in Somerset to the launch but anyone who has not yet received an invitation is very welcome to contact us for all the details.

“We developed Pluginsolarpanels to provide a solution for homeowners or businesses who want to use solar technology and make savings on their energy bills but have insufficient roof space, wrong roof aspect, live in rented premises or can’t afford to invest in a standard system.”

The panels can be mounted on sheds and garages or positioned freestanding in open spaces. They are then plugged into a 13amp socket and the power generated gets fed into the normal circuitry so solar energy is prioritised for use before drawing from the grid.

The free electricity can be used to offset the power consumption of items such as computers, fridges and televisions or to reduce energy bills.

Phil added: “The South West Lakes Trust has installed Pluginsolarpanels at its Wimbleball Lake site to offset the electricity consumption of its all-terrain mobility vehicle. Anyone who comes to the launch will be able to see the product in action.

“The event will also include a complimentary buffet lunch and a chance to speak to some of our team to find out more about Pluginsolarpanels.”

The launch takes place at Wimbleball Lake on Exmoor on Thursday, March 14 at 12.30pm

For more information about the event or to request an invitation, please call 01823 481329 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

To find out more about Pluginsolarpanels, please visit

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