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  • UK FIRST: Rooftop Robotic Solar Panel Cleaning Launched

    Clean Solar Solutions continue to pioneer new solar panel cleaning methods in the UK by now adding robotic solar panel cleaning to their O&M offering.  Rooftop robotic solar panel cleaning is often talked about, but has never been seen before in the UK.Steve Williams, MD of Clean Solar Solutions explains why:  "Robotic solar panel cleaning has been around for a few years, in a number of applications.  The results from robots however, has often been left wanting.

  • VIDEO: Removing Lichen & Bird Droppings From Solar Panels

    Clean Solar Solutions MD, Steve Williams, speaks at the All Energy Show in Glasgow in May 2018 on the subject "Dropping the Bomb on Solar Soiling No One Is Lichen."He delivers a quick-fire lesson on the problems that bird droppings and lichen bring to solar panels and how to remove the bird droppings and lichen from these solar panels.Please feel free to contact us for advice and pricing for our lichen removal service.

  • Clean Solar Solutions International Expansion Into Ireland

    Clean Solar Solutions are very proud to announce our latest international expansion into Ireland.  Crowned O&M Provider of the Year for 2017 at the Solar Power Portal awards last October, our latest move into Ireland shows we are not content to sit on our laurels.We have set up office just north of Dublin, which means we can easily access all areas of the island geographically. We have a strong history of delivering high quality service and having honed our systems both internally and o...

  • Clean Solar Solutions Crowned O&M Provider Of The Year 2017

    On an exciting night at the Hilton Metropole in Birmingham, Clean Solar Solutions were crowned O&M Provider of the Year for 2017.  The glitzy Solar Power Portal Awards played host to over 400 of the leading lights of the UK solar industry.  It became home for the cream of the UK's solar companies.

  • High Rise Solar Panel Cleaning Completed In Bromley

    Clean Solar Solutions have completed the high rise cleaning of 305 solar panels mounted on the roofs of multiple building at Altus House in Bromley.  The solar panels are mounted flat on the roof, so are susceptible to accumulating traffic film and other forms or detritus. The solar panels on the highest building are 9 storeys high, with no water access at ground level.  So specialist pumping equipment was needed in order to get the water from ground to roof level up the outside o...

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