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Frequently Asked Questions


1.What is solar self-consumption?

Solar self-consumption is the practice of generating electricity from solar panels installed on a home, business or any other property, and consuming that energy directly at the place of generation.

2.How does solar self-consumption work?

The solar self-consumption system is based on the collection of solar energy through photovoltaic panels. These panels convert sunlight into electrical energy that can be used in real time or stored in batteries for later use.

3.What are the benefits of solar self-consumption?

The main benefits of solar self-consumption include savings on electricity bills, reduced dependence on utilities, contribution to carbon emissions reduction and the possibility of selling surplus energy to the grid.

4.Do I need batteries for solar self-con

No, solar self-consumption can be done with or without batteries. If you do not have batteries, the energy generated is used directly at the time of production. If you have batteries, you can store the surplus energy for use at times when there is not enough solar generation.

5. How many solar panels do I need for my home's self-consumption?

The amount of solar panels required depends on the energy consumption of your home, the geographic location and the efficiency of the panels. IN SOLAR performs a case-by-case analysis to calculate the optimal number of panels.

6.What happens on cloudy days or at night?

During cloudy days or at night, solar energy production is lower or non-existent. At these times, if you do not have batteries, your home will automatically connect to the conventional power grid to supply electricity needs.

7.How long is the service life of solar panels?

The service life of solar panels is typically at least 25 years. Over time, panel efficiency may decrease slightly, but many manufacturers offer long-term performance guarantees.

8.Do I need permits to install solar panels on my property?

Permit requirements vary by locality. In most cases, it is required to obtain permits from the municipality and comply with certain regulations prior to installation.

9.Is it possible to sell surplus energy to the grid?

Yes, surplus energy can be sold to the grid through compensation mechanisms, such as net billing. This allows the owner of the self-consumption system to receive credits or revenues for the energy that is fed into the grid.

10.What is the installation cost of a solar self-consumption system?

The cost of installation can vary significantly depending on the size of the system, the quality of the panels and other components such as batteries, and local conditions. Although the initial investment may be high, in the long run, the savings on electricity bills usually outweigh the cost.

11. How long does it take to recover the investment in a solar self-consumption system?

The payback time for a solar self-consumption system depends on several factors, such as the initial cost of the installation, the energy savings achieved and the incentives or subsidies available. In general, most solar self-consumption systems.

12.What maintenance do solar panels require?

Solar panels require minimal maintenance. It is recommended to clean them periodically to remove dust and dirt that may accumulate, and occasionally check the condition of the system with the help of a specialized technician.

13.What is collective self-consumption?

Collective self-consumption is a system in which several people or entities join together to share the generation of renewable energy, generally through solar panels or other clean sources. The energy generated is consumed in a shared manner among the participants.

14.How does collective self-consumption work?

In collective self-consumption, a group of people or companies installs a renewable energy generation plant (such as a solar plant) at a common site or at several nearby locations. The energy generated is fed into the electricity grid and distributed to the participants for their consumption. Each participant receives credits for the energy generated, known as "surplus compensation".

15. What are the benefits of collective self-consumption?

The benefits of collective self-consumption include:

- Increased access to renewable energy for those unable to install solar panels on their own properties.

- Reduced electricity bills by sharing generation costs.

- Promotion of sustainable energy and the fight against climate change.

- Strengthening community and collaboration among participants.

16.What kind of projects can participate in collective self-consumption?

Collective self-consumption can be implemented by various entities, such as neighborhood communities, companies, cooperatives, public institutions or groups of people interested in sharing energy generation.

17. How is energy distributed in a collective self-consumption project?

The distribution of energy in a collective self-consumption project is usually based on an agreement among the participants. It can be proportional to the contribution of each participant in the generation, or it can follow a scheme of equal distribution among all members of the group.

Charging points for electric vehicles

1.What is an electric vehicle charging point?

An electric vehicle charging point is an infrastructure designed to supply electricity to an electric or plug-in hybrid car to recharge its battery.

2.How many types of recharge points are there?

There are different types of charging points:

- Domestic recharging points: Installed in homes and private garages.

- Public charging points: Available in public spaces such as parking lots, streets or shopping centers.

- Fast recharging points: They allow faster recharging compared to standard points, suitable for long trips.

3. How long does it take to charge an electric vehicle?

Charging time depends on the type of charging point and the capacity of the vehicle's battery. Typically, a full charge at a standard domestic point can take several hours, while fast points can provide a significant charge in about 30 minutes.

4.What type of plug do I need to charge my electric vehicle?

The plugs used to charge electric vehicles vary by region and country. The most common are type 1 (J1772) and type 2 (Mennekes). Some vehicles also use quick connectors such as CCS (Combined Charging System) or CHAdeMO.

5. Is it safe to charge my electric vehicle at home?

Yes, charging an electric vehicle at home is safe as long as the manufacturer's recommendations and electrical safety standards are followed. It is essential to have a proper electrical installation and a charging point certified by professionals.

6.Can I charge my electric vehicle at any electrical outlet?

Charging an electric vehicle at conventional outlets is not recommended, as they may not be designed to withstand the necessary power and could cause damage to the electrical installation or be inefficient in charging the vehicle.

7.How can I find public recharging points near me?

There are mobile applications and dedicated websites that provide maps and locations of public charging points. Some electric vehicle navigators also include this information.

8. Can I install a recharging point in my homeowners' association?

The installation of recharging points in homeowners' communities only requires communication to the community, no authorization and the completion of the corresponding legal procedures.

9.Can I charge my vehicle with the surplus from my Solar Photovoltaic installation?

Yes, with the integration of the charging point to the Solar Photovoltaic installation you will be able to charge your electric vehicle 100% free of charge.

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