Generate your own power!
Act now and lower your energy bills forever
Rising electricity prices and falling investment outlays for renewable energy make self-supply using renewables an interesting alternative, whether for large industrial customers and local authorities or for trade contractors and private customers. Although on-site consumption is subject to a levy under the revised 2014 Renewable Energy Sources Act, PV and CHP-generated power is still a potentially cost effective source of energy. What's more, you can still feed into the public grid any power that you generate but cannot fully use yourself, and be paid for it according to the rates laid down in the Renewable Energy Sources Act and the Combined Heat and Power Act.
On-site consumption in private households
All regular households consume energy every day. And if you're generating solar power on your own roof, then you can also consume it. If there is no power demand in the household, or the photovoltaic system generates more power than is being consumed, excess power will be exported to the grid and you will be remunerated accordingly. In addition, in Germany today, solar power is already cheaper than power drawn from the grid. This means each kilowatt hour of solar power that is generated and used on site shaves money off electricity bills. A further benefit: System operators become more independent from local power supply utilities and the trend of ever rising electricity prices.