Solars was installed last monday. Nobody told me how is this connected is this 1 link or 2, just general information how to switch off in case of emergency. I found this myself, and is one link. I know now system will not work efficient. I have 3 panels on south side (few words about this later) and 6 panels on west side there is no shadow at all, but on the morning system will generate less energy than could be until sun hit west panels. I got this information from givenergy engineer . This should be 2 separate links. But 3 panels on south face will not produce any energy on link as will not hit starting voltage around 140V.
And now few words about 3 panels on south face. Guy from e-on measured roof using google maps and make 3 mistakes. Roof is much bigger then he measured and is able to fit 5 panels which will be enough for separate link and system should work more optimally then in current setup. Any way all "drawings" what installers get from e-on and send to scaffolders looks like 5 years old kids drawings. I glad I was at home otherwise scaffolding could be in wrong side of the house. It takes 4 phone calls and over 45 minutes to sort out this.
Also when I get quote for system no one told me that is other options for inverter (5.0 instead of 3.6) or battery bigger then 5.2kWh that should be option to choose for customer. At this moment is impossible to add more panels then another 2. But cant do this on south face as they mounted it right in the middle. (sic)
I had phone call from e-on yesterday. Few stupid question actually very useless. Still waiting when someone ask me to pay rest for this system.
I dont think is any profesionalism at e-on at all. It is only about profit.
I hope SEG will be registered within resonable time.
Waiting 9 months for installing panels is massive joke.