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Solar power plants are an energy solution that combines all the benefits of energy solutions – they care for the environment, they offer electricity savings, and they are your investment in a better, and above all cleaner, future.

As our energy needs are rising sharply with development, rising standards and new technologies, we need more energy every year and non-renewable energy sources are becoming scarcer and scarcer. This is why the use of renewable energy sources is becoming an even more important strategic objective in Europe and, ultimately, in our country.

With your own rooftop solar power plant, you can generate enough energy to cover your own electricity consumption, reducing your monthly electricity bill to the point where you only pay the cost of the billing power and the contributions linked to the connected power (RES, CHP).

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Questions and answers + expert articles

Read the useful information and find out everything you need to know.

Can I get a grant from the EcoFund to invest in a solar power plant?

The EcoFund is granting a non-repayable financial incentive (public call 71SUB-SO19) for new investments in solar power plants. The amount of the non-repayable financial incentive is € 180 per 1 kVA of installed rated electrical capacity of the electricity self-supply appliance (for a maximum of 80 % of the sum of the connection capacities of the consumption points).

Which items on my electricity bill will I still have to pay and why?

You will still pay 2 charges, the RES and CHP contributions, because they are linked to the connected power.

What happens to the peaks my solar power plant will produce? Can I sell them?

The electricity you don’t use is returned to the grid or to the supplier, as the solar power plant is designed to be self-sustaining and thus cover your own consumption, so unfortunately you can’t sell it.

What happens to electricity generation when there is snow, rain or bad weather?

In spring, summer and autumn, your solar power plant will produce more electricity than you need for your own needs and will therefore feed the extra electricity into the grid. The grid acts as an energy storage system, balancing peaks and troughs so that there are no interruptions to the electricity supply. This means that if your power plant does not produce enough electricity, you will get the electricity you need from the grid during periods when there is less sunshine (e.g. winter) and when your consumption is higher.

What is taken into account in electricity billing and when?

The amount of electricity to be taken into account is the difference between the electricity taken and the electricity delivered, which must of course be read at the same metering point. It is taken into account in the accounting at the end of the calendar year.

What is the life expectancy of a solar power plant?

Up to 30 years.

Is solar a reliable investment?