Asantys - Grid-connected Solar Systems
From Solar Systems
Grid-connected solar systems exist with three different concepts: Grid-injecting solar systems, using a feed-in tariffs, inject the energy they are producing into the public electricity grid. The price which the network operator pays per KWh to the owner of the solar system is different in every country and often subsidized by the local government within a feed in tariff. Feed in tarifs exist in most European countries.
In countries which do not offer a feed-in tariff yet, the concept of self-consumption allows the economic operation of solar systems. In this concept, all the energy produced by the solar system is used by the owner of the solar system who in return reduces his energy bill.
A mixture of both stated concepts is the concept of net metering. Net metering (where allowed by the national energy utility) allows the owners of grid connected solar systems to inject access energy during the day into the public grid. The system owner does not receive a tariff for the injected kWh. Instead his energy meter is turning backwards, when injecting into the grid.
Whether you are planning the purchase of a rooftop solar system on your private house, a solar system of 100 KWp or more on an industrial area or even the installation of a MW large scale power plant: We plan, project and install your system at very attractive conditions. Asantys Systems has great experience with grid connected solar systems in Germany as well as in developing markets.