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Production and Consumption far away

Usually Power Plants are located close to a cooling point, river, seaside or remote of cities for security and pollution reasons. Electricity is transported to the point of use with aerial cables. Losses occur during electricity transport from production to consumption.

Local Production and Consumption

Solar production is injected to the grid. The user pays for the difference between kWh's consumed and produced. The tariff for electricity injected to the grid is usually fixed for a long period, usually 20 years. The system stops working if the grid is out.


Local Production Only

In isolated places, far from an existing grid, solar modules produce electricity which is either instantly consumed by local electrical equipment or stored for later use, at night for example.

Local Production and Consumption

Solar Production is consumed locally and excess production is stored on site, usually in batteries. When consumption is higher than production, the hybrid invertor looks for another source of energy and as a priority uses the locally stored energy and if demand is still higher, alternative sources of energy can be activated like a diesel generator.


Solar electricity local consumption

Solar energy is used as a priority on site, then stored locally in a physical battery or to a remote virtual battery.

Local Production and Consumption

Solar production is either consumed, stored locally or in a virtual battery operated by a third party. There is no long-term agreement to sell solar electricity to the grid.