It’s almost Christmas, we are continuing with the installations and today we would like to wish you a happy Christmas by giving you some tips on how to get the most out of your photovoltaic system, which will allow you to: save money and reduce your COշ emissions.
-remember that even if you install a small system, you will make a difference, as 40% of Europe’s energy consumption and related CO2 emissions are due to housing-
Trust an expert for consumption analysis
Starting with an analysis of your utility bills, a professional will not only size your system appropriately, but will also provide you with guidelines on how to save money and use energy wisely.
Choose someone who knows the world of photovoltaics well
Experience in the field counts more than theory, and only someone who has dealt with many systems will be able to guide you in the best choice for yours. Moreover, those who have been in the industry for years and intend to continue, will only use top-quality materials that are guaranteed over the years.
It is intuitive: the fewer problems the customer has with his system, the fewer problems the installer has
Keep an eye on the situation with us
The key word is monitoring, which – thanks to user-friendly portals accessible to both professionals and end users – can provide the data of an installation in real time, displaying the production graph, power and operating status in a simple and intuitive way.
This is an important tool to implement, as it allows both us and the customer to analyse the performance of the installation at any time and from any place.
We check faults, even remotely
A system can fail or produce less than expected for a variety of reasons, which can affect the ability to use self-produced energy and thus reduce savings. However, by relying on the technology of an analytical monitoring system, we can track down even the smallest anomaly and be able to remedy it, even remotely.
More energy available thanks to storage
Installing a storage system, when conditions are favourable, is a fundamental step in planning one’s consumption, because the availability of self-produced energy stored in a battery translates into a reduced need to withdraw energy from the grid, thus lowering the cost of bills.