Electrician Derbyshire

Electrical Contractors, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial

Suppliers of renewable energy; Wind Turbines and Solar Panels

At Albert Court Electrical we provide a full range of electrical services within the domestic, commercial and industrial fields.

On the domestic side we expertly carry out all aspects of electrical installation work to the latest regulations (BS7671) to exacting standards. This includes rewiring, installation or repair of sockets and light fittings. We also supply and fit domestic security lighting systems.

Commercially we carry out electrical works from shop-fitting to agriculture including menage, security and display lighting. Within the office environment we carry out Fire and Security, Data Cabling and terminations, emergency lighting and telecoms.

On the Industrial side we carry out electrical engineering works from 11kv to microprocessor control. Including new installations, extensions to existing systems, power factor correction, stand-bye generators and temporary supplies. We have previously worked in Petro-chem, chemical sites, Mining and water treatment industries.

Albert Court Electrical are based in Ripley near the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border. This make us ideally placed for all electrical contract work in the East Midlands area; Derby, Chesterfield, Alfreton, Nottingham, Mansfield and Leicester. And as were only minutes from the M1, London is only 2 hours away.

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Wind Turbines Derbyshire

Renewable Energy Sources

Wind Turbines

In the UK we have the largest potential wind energy resource in Europe. Wind power is presently one of the most developed and cost effective renewable energy technologies around. Please contact us for details on how a wind turbine can cut your energy bills

Photovoltaic panels

Save electric energy by converting the sunlight into electricity. By using photovoltaic panels with a battery, inverter and controller you can start using your own generated electricity for domestic units.