We are super excited to let everyone know that we will be exhibiting at the Titanic Exhibition Centre from Friday 21st February – Sunday 23rd February. 

SelfBuild Belfast is a unique and fun event, it’s the ultimate showcase for people who are building, extending, improving or decorating their home. This will be our first time at the show since 2017. We feel the time is right to exhibit again due to the increased demand from people in Northern Ireland for Solar PV and battery storage.

Over the coming three days we will be showcasing our products. We will be explaining the benefits of the products we stock, and the guarantees we offer as well as giving potential clients an insight on how they can save money. 

As we are celebrating our 10th anniversary in business, we will be running a special offer throughout the weekend. This is a great opportunity for any individuals looking to find ways to improve their carbon footprint, reduce electricity costs and become more eco-friendly.

The Northern Ireland Assembly recently declared a climate emergency and backed the creation of an independent body to protect the environment. This has highlighted the need for everyone to be more aware of their surroundings. The effects that greenhouse gases are having on the air we breathe and the increase in global temperatures is something we all must help to reduce. By doing so it will make the community more environmentally friendly and help us move forward in the right way. 

The SelfBuild has always been a successful and enjoyable show for Solar Power NI. We are looking forward to showcasing our products and reaching out to like-minded individuals who are passionate about the future of our planet.

Our experienced team will be on hand to guide and talk you through the best options for your home or business. 

We would just like to take this opportunity to wish all other exhibitors partaking in this event the best of luck. Be sure to call at our stand (C12) and have a chat to one of the Solar Power NI team who will be happy to assist.