Injection to Power Grid
A grid-connected photovoltaic system is composed of solar panels that produce direct current (DC), which is converted to alternating current (AC) by a solar inverter.
When the solar energy generated is greater than required, the surplus will be passed to the public electricity grid system (Edes) and will be registered (discounted) by the bidirectional energy meter.
At times when the photovoltaic solar production does not reach the projected energy (rain, sunrise, night, etc.) then the public electricity grid will be used.
System Microgrid / Hybrid
A Microgrid (Hybrid) System is a decentralized electrical grid, composed of several energy sources that work autonomously from the main grid.
The objective of a microgrid is to achieve an efficient, secure and sustainable electricity supply, especially in rural areas. A microgrid combines the use of solar energy with at least 2 of the following sources:
- Public network
- Power plant
- Wind energy
- Micro hydroelectric, etc.
SystemOffgrid / Insulated
An Off-Grid (Isolated) System is a photovoltaic installation independent of the Public Electricity Grid, since its only source of energy is solar radiation.
Therefore, it is the best solution to supply energy in remote locations in a sustainable way.
Operation and installation are simple and require little maintenance.
We can supply energy to mountainous, rural, agricultural, industrial areas and any population with difficult access to the grid.
System Fuel Saving
The Photovoltaic Fuel saving system consists of using solar energy alternating it with the existing electrical plant, representing a great saving in fuel costs, taking advantage of the photovoltaic energy during the day and with the possibility of injecting it to the network in the moments when public energy is available (no blackouts).