Why Solar PV?

Produce your own electricity 

Avoid rising fuel


Protect the environment 

Improve your BER Rating

Save Money


How Solar PV Works

Solar PV panels in Ireland convert sunlight into electricity that can be used to power homes and businesses. They are typically installed on rooftops or in open spaces. When sunlight hits the solar panels, it creates an electric current through photovoltaic cells made of silicon. The electricity generated is converted from DC to AC by an inverter and used to power appliances. Excess electricity can be fed back into the grid, reducing reliance on non-renewable sources of electricity.


Why choose House 2 Home?

We are a registered SEAI One Stop Shop
We support local builders
Low Cost loans with Credit Union
Fully Managed Grant Process
Competitite pricing and proven results

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Our market leading 2.2kw solar panels start at just €4750 after grant funding


Government Grants

If your home was built before 2011 there are significant grants available for domestic PV Solar installations. This grant is a reward for reducing your carbon footprint and reducing your reliance on the national grid.  House2Home are an approved contractor who can guide you every step of the way through your grant application process.

Grant name Value Example
Solar PV grant €900 per kWp up to 2kWp €1800 for 2kWp solar panels

€300 for every additional kWp up to 4kWp if you get a battery.

Total Solar PV grant capped at €2100

€2100 for 4kWp solar panels 




Frequently Asked Questions 

Requirements for installing these Solar Panels:

Our Solar Panels are designed to integrate with your existing Home Heating system. Typically, all that is required is around five square metres of roof space which faces east to west through south and receives direct sunlight for the main part of the day. Also the solar panels don’t have to be mounted on a roof: they can be fixed to a frame on a flat roof or hanging from a wall. No planning permission is required

Is the installation of the Solar Panels a disruptive process?
No, not at all. Our team can have a system up and functional in just a few hours. The majority of the work is done on the outside of the home so no redecorating is needed. Our installers are professionals, with many years of experience, so they know exactly what they’re doing.
Grant Assistance

There are various grants available for Solar PV. We will assist you with your grant process from start to finish:


Grant name Value Example
Solar PV grant €900 per kWp up to 2kWp €1800 for 2kWp solar panels

€300 for every additional kWp up to 4kWp if you get a battery.

Total Solar PV grant capped at €2400

€2100 for 3kWp solar panels plus €600 for the battery

€2400 for 4kWp solar panels plus €600 for the battery


Do solar panels work in Ireland?
Ireland isn’t exactly the sun destination of Europe. So you might be wondering whether solar panels work at all here. Modern Solar Panel technology means that they are very effective in Ireland. Solar panels work off light, not heat. Even on overcast days they will continue to generate electricity you can use in your home. Rest assured that installing solar panels in Ireland will save you money in the long run and contribute to a cleaner, greener future.
Are Solar Panels worth it in Ireland?
Solar offers real financial and environmental rewards to Irish homeowners. An investment made now will save you money in the short term and ultimately become profitable in the long term. At House 2 Home we specialise in tailored Solar Energy solutions based on the needs of each homeowner. Every house is different but just as important to the owner. Our team of specialists can offer a free consultation. We will asses your needs and draw up a plan. We will tell you what savings you can expect. We even help with finance and government grants so you can relax and enjoy your new environmentally friendly energy.

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Grants offered are provided by the Government of Ireland through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).