Photovoltaic Self-consumption Projects
Every day more and more households and companies are turning to solar self-consumption, as it is the most convenient and economical solution for long-term electricity self-supply.
Self-consumption is a way of producing your own energy for home or business consumption. In the case of photovoltaic self-consumption, the energy is generated by solar panels. The boom in this type of self-consumption, which also contributes to the fight against climate change, has come about thanks to technological advances, lower prices for the elements that make up the installation, the smoothing of administrative procedures and aid at local and state level.
In Spain, the repeal of the so-called sun tax in 2018 and the arrival of Royal Decree 244/2019 have marked the start of a new phase in photovoltaic self-consumption. The advantages of the new RD include the promotion of collective self-consumption – neighbourhood communities, business parks, etc. -, the simplification of bureaucracy and the implementation of the so-called simplified compensation of surpluses, a concept similar to net balance. In addition, European subsidies for this type of installation, together with IBI rebates in most municipalities, reduce the amortisation time of photovoltaic installations to a minimum, which is a great help for your installation.
We will help you to determine whether the available space in your home or company is suitable for the installation of solar panels, we will analyse the energy savings in the short, medium and long term and the economic performance of the installation, we will determine the amortisation period and we will inform you and quantify the available subsidies. We will draw up the complete project and legalise it for you, registering it in the corresponding registers of your autonomous community and we will take the necessary steps for the purchase of the surplus energy from your installation by your electricity supplier.
If you are interested, we can offer you a turnkey project, which includes the preliminary study, the project, the installation, the works management, the legalisation and the management of surpluses with your electricity supplier.