Autoconsumo fotovoltaico en marquesina

Photovoltaic self-consumption in canopy

The photovoltaic self-consumption in the canopy is a project, known as "Turnkey" (EPC) of self-consumption, through the installation of photovoltaic panels to improve the energy efficiency and contribute to the sustainability of canopies.

Aid for self-consumption 

The Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (Miteco) has extended by 505 million euros the aid to encourage self-consumption and energy storage with renewables .

The eligible amount amounts to €600 per kWp installed . Thanks to these grants, if you get them, you can save up to 40% - 50% of the price of the installation.

Technical project

The technical project, and the application for subsidies can be carried out by SpotiCharge a specialist in renewables for the energy transition of the Valencian company SpotiEnergy SLU, which includes the design, construction and maintenance of photovoltaic plants that covers a a large number of high-efficiency 440 W solar panels on the corrugated sheet metal roof of the canopy, being perfectly integrated into the architecture of the canopy.

As an example, a carport photovoltaic installation for 40 (2 X20) cars will guarantee an energy production of 82 kW, which allows 2 electric vehicles to be recharged in fast mode or 7 in semi-fast mode thanks to the commitment to renewable and sustainable energy, allowing to reduce the carbon footprint and avoiding the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere. Factors that can be monitored in real time for optimal management of the photovoltaic installation under the self-consumption regime without surpluses under RD 244/2019.

Savings in emissions

For each kilowatt hour generated in this installation, approximately 1 kg of CO2 will be avoided being emitted into the environment , 3 [_0127_0_5] ]grams of SO2 and about 2 grams of NOx.

Types of self-consumption

- Self-consumption without surplus
- Self-consumption with surplus discharged into the network
...CA with surpluses eligible for compensation
...CA with surpluses not eligible for compensation
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