SolSafe is a smart, green, energy storage device that offers an alternative to non-renewable carbon (gas and oil) boilers for the domestic and commercial heating market. SolSafe stores excess energy, which it then returns to the consumer as heat.
The SolSafe website gives background information into the company and into the technology it uses in its mission to supply a green, smart, energy storage device to replace non-renewable carbon boilers. It uses otherwise lost green energy; excess nuclear, wind and solar power, avoiding any increased burden on the electricity supply infrastructure.
“The thing that I like best,” site owner Andy Macleod explains, “is that the website works as well on my phone as it does on the PC & MAC devices.”
Andy’s responsive website was created by web designer Jim Spence of Mull. Jim uses the Twenty Seventeen theme which focuses on business sites, and features multiple sections on the front page as well as widgets, navigation and social menus, a logo, and more. It also works great in many languages, for any abilities, and on any device.
The Solsafe site uses no special plugins apart from the WordFence Security plugin which helps protect it from hack login attempts and other infiltration attempts.
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