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Welcome to Bright Light Technologies

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Our Service

At Bright Light Technologies we offer a complete service including the initial consultation, planning, design, installation and commissioning, as well as on-going support and maintenance. We use only the highest quality products from global market leaders, meaning you can be assured of excellent performance and long-term reliability.​​

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Solar energy is the fastest growing source of new energy on the planet. Given that energy suppliers continue to find ways to increase the price handed down to both commercial and private customers, installing a solar PV system will offer greater independence from your electricity provider, so any future price rises will have less of an impact. Solar PV installer Bright Light Technologies has you covered.



We understand that our customers need to understand precisely what it is they’re investing in, so all our staff, including roofers, electricians, and surveyors, are MCS qualified. This means that, as one of Norwich's local solar panel companies, for every project we provide a detailed installation estimate, and the expected payback time by the savings made.

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Battery Storage

The energy you generate from your solar panels depends on the amount of sunlight that shines, so if you want to make sure your lights stay on when it rains or clouds pass over, we recommend installing a battery.

A battery like this can help store energy, so that you can benefit from the sun all year long.

Solar iBoost

Optimize your solar PV system and enjoy free hot water with the Marlec Solar iBoost+.


Designed to match the capacity of your solar panel, the Solar iBoost+ is an easy way to make the most of free power from your PV system and reduce your bills even further.

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Bright Light Technologies are the experts when it comes to solar panel installation, design and selection, having provided homeowners and businesses with quality advice, and workmanship for over 10 years. So why not find out how we can help by getting in touch today, to arrange your free no obligation survey and quote.

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Call 01603 480901 or email

Or alternatively fill in our online form and one of our specialist solar panel installers will be in touch.



What are solar panels?

Solar panels are an easy and reliable way to harvest renewable energy. They are made of silicon, one of the most abundant materials on Earth. Today, the majority of solar panels are made with silicon cells that transform sunlight into electricity. Most solar panels are surrounded by glass and enclosed into a black frame that protects them and makes them look sleek, modern and handsome!


How do solar panels work?

Solar panels are one of the most eco-friendly ways to generate electricity. When sunlight hits solar panels, much like a magnifying glass that focuses sunlight, it produces energy that can be used to power your home or office. Solar panels absorb the energy produced by sunlight and convert it into electricity, which can power other electrical loads.


Are they worth the investment?

The answer to the question of whether solar panels are worth the investment is yes. Solar panel installation is a worthwhile, long-term investment for those wanting to save money and harness energy from the sun. Many homeowners are now seeing the benefits of installing solar panels. Not only will you save money on your energy bills each month, but you can also contribute to a better environment. While the upfront costs are higher than purchasing power from the grid, over the lifetime of your solar system those savings will start to add up and make a real difference.


How do I know how many solar panels I will need?

The calculation you’ll need to make involves three variables: your household’s hourly energy requirement, the peak sunlight hours for your region, and a panel’s wattage. To determine how many panels you need, multiply your household’s hourly energy requirement by the peak sunlight hours for your region and divide that by a panel’s wattage. The result should be the number of solar panels you need to cover your roof.


Do I need planning permission for solar panels?

If you’re planning to get solar panels installed at your home or business, you may be wondering if you need planning permission. It depends on where you live and whether your council is a Solar Friendly Council or not. You can check here:

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