Thinking about adding solar panels to your home?

Our clever new solar simulator in the Loop app lets you test how solar panels would work for you BEFORE you invest.  Using your own energy data, details about your house and weather information, we can show you the actual difference solar power could make to your monthly bills and your reliance on grid energy. You’ll see exactly how much solar power you would have consumed, how much you would have saved and even the difference that adding a battery would make!   

Loop has the answers

Loop is an innovative energy-saving system that monitors and analyses your energy use, then shows you easy ways to use less energy. It takes less than 10 minutes to install the Loop energy monitoring hardware yourself – no electricians or expertise required. Then the solar magic starts!

With our 45-day no-quibble money-back guarantee there’s nothing to lose.

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How does it work?

Once you’ve installed your Loop energy monitoring hardware it takes only a couple of minutes to set up the solar simulator…


Confirm some details

Simply confirm your location, then use our handy in-app tool to gauge the angle of your roof and show us the direction it faces.


Now wait whilst we crunch some numbers

After 24 hours we’ll integrate our solar simulation for your house with your live energy usage. Open Track to see the impact of solar and home battery on Live and Past electricity usage.


But that's not all

Once we have more usage data, the new Solar Playground feature shows you how self-sufficient you would have been with different configurations of solar arrays and battery sizes since installing Loop.

What's the Solar Playground?


Next step

If the numbers sound interesting, the final step is to register for updates on Loop’s forthcoming solar and battery offers.


Want to learn more?

Our Data Science team have put together an article that takes a closer look into how we generate our solar-battery simulation in the app. From how we calculate the amount of solar energy generated, to how we predict the interaction of your virtual solar panels and battery. Dive into the details of our latest app feature.

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