Why solar electricity?
Solar electricity is active environmental protection
Every household needs energy. Anyone wanting to generate this energy intelligently, economically and, above all, in an environmentally friendly manner is making an investment in the future by installing a photovoltaic plant: Solar cells on the roof of a house convert solar energy into electrical energy (photovoltaic effect). The energy generated in this way can either be used by the respective household or fed into the public grid. This makes you more independent of your energy supplier and enables you to make an active contribution to environmental protection.
A practical guide for investment in Photovoltaics
In December 2009 the Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change put forward for public consultation a proposal for a new law on renewables. The draft law envisages the acceleration of the development of renewable energy sources and related projects in Greece, in order to address climate change, through the amendment of significant provisions of the currently applicable legislation.
These amendments concern primarily: (a) the licensing of such projects with a view to expediting the relevant process; and (b) increased feed-in tariffs with a view to providing better economic incentives. Although the draft law is a step in the right direction, it has yet to be established whether this new regulatory regime envisaged by the administration will meet the expectations of the market and enable the full exploitation of the significant renewable energy potentials of the country.
Everything that makes your solar plant profitable
Whether solar modules, inverters or complete assembly systems, it is ultimately the quality and reliability of all components that are the most important prerequisites for long-term, secure yield and return from your solar plant.
The solar modules 1 generate direct current from sunlight.
The mounting system ensures the permanent load-bearing and robust attachment of the solar modules to your roof.
Inverter 2 converts the direct current into alternating current so that it can be fed into the grid.
PV generation meter 3 records your electricity yields for billing at the energy supplier.
The existing house connection 4 to the public grid continues to be used.
Power meter 5a records the amount of electricity you take from the public grid.
The reference and feed-in meter (bi-directional meter) 5b records the electricity taken from the public grid and the amount of electricity fed into the public grid.*