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Quality Control Process 

Quality Control


Compliance with Irish Regulations:

  • Ensure compliance with Irish building regulations, planning permission requirements, and grid connection standards for solar installations.

  • Stay updated with any changes or updates to Irish regulations related to renewable energy installations.


Certifications and Standards:

  • Seek certifications from relevant Irish or European bodies, such as SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland) or CER (Commission for Regulation of Utilities), to demonstrate compliance with quality and safety standards.

  • Adhere to European quality standards for solar equipment and installations, such as EN 62446 for PV system documentation and commissioning.


Local Supplier and Component Evaluation:

  • Source components from reputable suppliers within Ireland or Europe, ensuring compliance with relevant quality standards and regulations.

  • Evaluate suppliers based on their track record, certifications, and adherence to ethical and environmental standards.


Training and Accreditation:

  • Ensure that installation teams are trained and accredited according to Irish and European standards, such as the Renewable Energy Skills Passport (RESP) scheme or equivalent.

  • Provide ongoing training to keep installers updated on the latest technologies, regulations, and best practices.


Site-Specific Design and Engineering:

  • Conduct thorough site assessments and engineering analyses to tailor solar PV system designs to the specific requirements and conditions of each location in.
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