As you probably already know, the government has approved this year 2021 a package of grants for solar panels within a global plan of up to 1,320 million euros (Royal Decree 477/202).
The relentless energy price rises, which have surpassed all-time highs in recent months, has boosted demand for self-consumption solar panel installations.
Installing photovoltaic panels in a home or business has many advantages. One of the most compelling reasons is their profitability, because energy self-consumption installations allow us to save money on our bills from day one, and for many years. Added to that, the cost of their maintenance is minimal throughout their useful life. In order […]
Saving energy is not only a question of money. It also helps us to be more environmentally friendly, especially if we know how to optimise energy usage in our own homes.
Companies have a very important role to play in the fight against climate change due to their great capacity for action and the impact they have on the environment. This is why it is so important to make use of renewable energies in industry.
We already know that installing solar panels at home allows us to take advantage of the sun’s energy, which is 100% renewable and clean, as well as saving money on our electricity bill from day one.
Virtually all the energy we consume on our planet could be obtained by using renewable and non-polluting sources. For this reason, more and more people are becoming aware of climate change and the environment, and..
According to experts, the new electricity rates are a great opportunity to boost self-consumption. In fact, the main beneficiaries of these rates are people who have solar panels in their homes. But what is the reason for this?
A photovoltaic system is one of the most economical and environmentally friendly options for obtaining electricity and this is the reason why more and more homes and businesses are choosing it.
The environmental impact of photovoltaic panels is currently a hot topic in our country. The differences are clear when compared to fossil fuels, which have to be located, extracted and transported in order to obtain energy.