Any installation of solar panels should be seen as a medium-term investment.
At the beginning of the project, a significant outlay is required. However, due to the low maintenance and almost constant production that we can have in our country, it usually pays for itself within 6 to 8 years.
From that moment on, you can say that you are consuming electricity for free, and as the lifetime of the solar panels is very long, you can save a lot of money.
There is also the possibility of reverting the energy you produce, and do not use, back to the main grid, so that you will receive a financial contribution from the electricity provider for your contribution to the grid. They will deduct it from the electricity you spend at night.
Another way to save is to change your electricity bill with our company where all the kW produced come from renewable energy. We give our customers a special day-night rate so that during the day, they use solar energy and at night, the price per kW is minimal.
To have exhaustive control and thus save more, our systems come with an app to see the consumption, production and investment to the grid at every moment of the day. This way, you will know when it is more profitable to use energy.
If you are already connected to the main grid and do not use it because a solar system with sufficient power was installed, one way to calculate the savings is to add up the amount of energy in a year’s bills: the result will be the amount saved per year.
If the installation is for self-consumption, although the outlay is a little higher, when the amortisation period is exceeded, the savings can be even greater, as everything produced is free and there is no electricity bill to pay.