Great for your bottom line as well as the planet



Utilising your land to increase your revenue



Diversifying your business to boost your profits.



Saving you money whilst making you money.



Professional repair service on any solar installation.


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Create an energy efficient lighting scheme.



MIG Renewable Technologies, part of the MIG Group, is an accredited solar panel installer and renewable energy systems provider based in Exeter, Exmouth and Devon. We provide local renewable energy solutions for commercial businesses, landowners, farmers and homes. We believe that renewable technology is the right way to build a longer lasting, sustainable future.


We install a range of different renewable energy solutions including solar panels, solar energy solutions, solar farms, heat pumps and solar thermal. Contact us today to see how we can help you.

Why choose renewable’s from MIG:


  • We are RECC, MCS, NAPIT, IBG accredited and member’s of BPVA
  • Product quality guaranteed
  • Professional, experienced and responsible
  • Run with military precision
  • Customer focused


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Commercial Renewbale Power


Utilising your land to increase your revenue. MIG offer solar solutions and other renewable installations to help businesses in the south west save money and the environment.

Community Renewable Energy Projects in Devon


Working together to produce energy for the public. Community groups in the UK are working together to help reduce their carbon footprint whilst saving their community money.

Solar Power and Biomass for Devon Farms


Diversifying your business to boost your profits. Farms are perfect locations for renewable energy installation including solar panels and heat pumps.

Devon Home Solar Panles

Solar Panels

Saving you money whilst making you money. MIG can help you to keep your fuel bills low and increase your energy efficiency with a renewable home solar installations

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Solar installation helps conference centre keep energy bills low.

Event and conferencing centre, Junction 24 in Bridgwater, has installed a 250 kw rooftop solar system, to generate enough power to run the centre and keep energy costs at a minimum. Junction 24 of the M5 worked with Exeter and Exmouth based MIG Renewable Technologies to design a solar system that meets their exact requirements and enables them to run conferences and events using the energy they are generating. Using SolarWorld polycrystalline panels and the latest SMA inverters, the system will help the conference centre by generating 220,000 Kwh a year, helping them to keep their energy bills to a minimum. The £220,000 system should pay for itself in just over 4 years, and generate of profit of approximately £1,091,804 over the next 20 years. Solar specialists, MIG renewable Technologies, worked closely with the centre team in order to understand the exact requirements of the system and chose the top quality products that will last years longer than cheaper alternatives, saving the centre even more money in the long term. Nathan Ponsillo from Junction 24 said: ‘As a working cattle market, conference and event centre, we use a lot of power to continuously run, light and heat the property, sometimes 7 days a week. With energy prices always on the rise, we decided it was time to investigate renewable energy alternatives. He continued: ‘The electricity generated by the solar panels will be used directly within our building to help reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. It is a long term investment for us that will not only help us keep our energy bills low, it will earn us money via the feed-in tariff and makes...

Is this the future of solar power?

According to studies made by the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), solar energy is likely to become the primary source of power within the next 20 years. With the photovoltaic industry continually and consistently bringing down production costs, the price of solar panel installation halved between 2006 and 2010


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