Why not call us on +44 (0) 1328 830999 to arrange a site survey?
Industrial and Domestic Solar Farm Cleaning

Solar Panel Cleaning

Working across the UK and Europe
Based in Norfolk, Solar Park Cleaning Ltd (SPC) offers commercial solar PV panel cleaning and ground maintenance services for solar farms throughout the UK and Europe.

Our staff are CPLS and IOSH trained.

We only clean the panels using de-ionised water which we bring to the site. De-ionised water ensures:

  • All minerals have been taken out including calcium and chlorine
  • We won't leave any limescale streaks
  • No risk of the aluminium frames oxidising

Our industrial solar panel cleaning system utilises a number of specialised utility vehicles which can handle all types of terrain whether environmentally sensitive, boggy or sandy or steep slopes. One of the best in our fleet is the Weidemann Articulated Telehandler, which has an excellent turning radius and, at just 1.4 metres wide, is narrow enough to be able to fit between the aisles of a typical UK solar farm. The mobile brush at 4.5 metres wide cleans the panels in one sweep thanks to its clever corkscrew design. This winning combination means we offer the most efficient solar farm cleaning technology currently available in the UK.


Mobile brush cleaning

All of our vehicles are fitted with a mobile brush which can clean the panels in both directions at the same time.

Wheeled or tracked vehicles

We have wheeled or tracked vehicles which can cope with all types of terrain, dry or boggy, sandy or dusty, with minimum soil damage.

Hand or jet wash cleaning

Our highly skilled operators understand the delicate nature of solar panels so they can be hand or jet washed as necessary.

grounds maintenance service

We offer a grounds maintenance service to ensure that a solar farm or park is running at its optimum.
The UK's leading solar farm and park panel cleaning company
We can clean between 1.5km and 2km worth of panels per hour.

Why not contact us on 01328 830999 or complete our contact form to arrange a site survey?