What is it?

A typical photovoltaic installation consists of solar panels and a monitoring system that measures electricity production in real time. The solar panels collect energy from the sun and turn it into electricity. This electricity goes through the inverter and is transformed so that it can be used.

These photovoltaic installations, which do not store the power in batteries, are connected to the electricity grid of the industrial premises or to the household.

Guaranteed power

Short-term payback

Big monthly savings

How does it work?

During the day, the industrial premises or the household use the energy produced by the photovoltaic installation. If there is not enough energy to cover the demand, that part is taken from the electricity grid. Meanwhile, at night, electricity is taken directly from the grid itself.

The photovoltaic systems, for consumption without batteries, are indicated mainly for industrial premises where the daytime production process uses up the energy produced by solar radiation.

With suitable use and the scheduling of the production process that will take place during the hours of maximum solar radiation, the photovoltaic systems will allow us to be a self-sustaining station that makes use of the distributing company’s electricity grid only at certain times.


  • Quick payback and subsequent significant savings on the electricity bill.
  • Increasingly profitable due to the constant rise in the price of electricity.
  • Clean energy.
  • Green energy.