There are multiple reasons promoting the use of photovoltaic:
The list goes on and on. You may probably find a few good arguments yourself.
Producing as much of your own power yourself on-site is a most effective way of environmental protection, for now and in the long run. By using a supplier providing you with green energy for the rest of your power demand, you are acting in the most environmentally friendly way possible. You can find and compare electricity rates for green electricity here. Just set the filter on “Nur Öko- und Klimatarife anzeigen“.
In case you produce more energy than you need, has made it possible by passing the EEG (law for renewable energy), to feed your power into the public power grid in return for compensation. The most environmentally friendly way of dealing with overproduction of power would still be to use it locally (e.g. by selling it to neighbours). This is possible but takes a lot more effort and time.
By talking about feeding in excess power into the public power grid, we have now arrived at the topic of profitability. The central question is:<>
Which effects does a photovoltaic system have on my wallet?
Well – for each and every kilowatt hour you consume you have to pay a certain amount of money to your provider for something you only can use once. By investing in a photovoltaic system, you create something of value that will provide you with thousands of kWh for decades, without needing any more resources and with very little maintenance necessary.
When looking at it in detail, a photovoltaic system offers attractive returns of up to 7% (as of February 2017) and added tax benefits. To receive a detailed calculation for your project, simply contact us. Contact Form