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Power your home with one of the world's fastest growing renewable energy solutions. Our solar panel systems start from just £4,995, with a market-leading SEG tariff rate available and why not pay with interest-free finance*?

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Solar panels

E.ON offer a range of solar packages, that can be tailored to meet your needs. Prices start from £4,995.

Exclusive solar SEG tariffs

The Smart Export Guarantee tariffs pay you for the energy you export back to the grid.

Why go solar with E.ON Next.

Get a 6-panel solar system installed from £4,995.

0% APR* finance options available up to 36 months.

We use MCS certified installers.

A 5.1 kWh (5.1 kWh usable) battery is available.

30-year performance warranties on solar panels.

Bird deterrents included as standard. (Discourages nesting under panels).

The E.ON Home app to manage how much energy is being used across your home.

The Next Drive tariff is an electric vehicle (EV) tariff used with solar.

1 Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) payments, are payments for electricity you export to the grid. These savings figures are based on the Next Export Exclusive Premium tariff from E.ON Next of 25.0p per kWh (kilowatt hour) for E.ON Next import-tariff customers who purchase a solar-only solution. For E.ON Next import-tariff customers buying a solar and battery combined package, the Next Exclusive Premium Plus Export rate is 40.0p per kWh. * E.ON Energy Installation Services Limited acts as a credit broker not a lender and work exclusively with Creation Consumer Finance Limited who acts as the lender. Credit subject to status, terms and conditions apply and can be found at eonenergy.com/terms-and-conditions/eon-installation, E.ON reserves the right to amend its finance offering at any time and may withdraw at short notice. E.ON Next Energy Limited is an Introducer Appointed Representative of E.ON Energy Installation Services Limited who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in relation to credit broking services under number 750410. Registered in England and Wales under company number 09965944 with its registered office at Westwood Way, Westwood Business Park, Coventry, CV4 8LG.

Save up to £713 off your electricity with solar panels.

A 12 panel solar system and battery could see savings of up to £713 a year2 on your home's electricity bill. T&Cs apply.

With the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG), you can also get money paid back for exporting excess solar energy you generate back to the grid.

E.ON have 2 solar packages that can be tailored to meet your requirements, the Energise package and the Optimise package. Find out more about which solar package is right for you.

Plus, if you have an electric vehicle, our Next Drive EV tariff can be used with solar.

2 These are example figures only, based on standardised MCS calculations. Savings are based on property fitted with a south-facing solar array in central England on a roof with a 35-degree tilt and no shading, with electricity consumption of 4,800 kWh per year (with the customer at home all day), at a tariff rate of 22.4p/kWh. The solar array contains 12 x 435W panels (5.22 kWp) generating 4,881 kWh/year, fitted with a 5.1 kWh (5.1 kWh usable) battery.

Why are solar panels good?

In short, because they could help reduce your carbon footprint, give you greater energy independence and cost less than you might think (You can get a solar panel system from just £4,995).

If you're trying to decide whether to get solar panels, then E.ON have put together some great information on why solar panels are the future.

How do solar panels work?

  • When the sun shines on a solar panel, solar energy is absorbed by individual PV cells in the panel. These cells are made from layers of semi-conducting material, most commonly silicon.

  • The PV cells produce an electrical charge as they become energised by the sunlight.

  • This electrical charge creates a direct current (DC) of electricity.

  • The current passes through an inverter to turn it into alternating current (AC) electricity. This is the kind of current needed for household appliances.

The cells don’t need direct sunlight to work and can even work on cloudy days. However, the stronger the sunshine, the more electricity generated.

How solar panels are installed.

See how solar panels and battery storage are installed with our customer and colleague, Brian who shares his home installation journey.

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Take a look at some of our solar FAQs.