A south facing roof is the most effective for a solar panel installation, as they tend to generate the most electricity from solar panels. This is because they will be seeing the sun at its most intense for the longest time-period. However, both east and west facing roofs are still suitable for a solar panel installation; they will still provide around 80-85% of the electricity generated in comparison to a full south-facing roof. East facing roofs will be exposed to sunlight in the morning, whilst the afternoon and evening will see a west facing roof take in more sunlight. North facing roofs are the least ideal, receiving the least amount of sunlight, however, it is certainly still possible to have them installed on a North facing roof and our advice and quotation will give you a realistic idea of the power and income savings you can make. Our experts will ensure that you have the information you need to make an informed decision on which system is suitable for you and your roof, whichever way it faces.