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HOW TO BUILD A PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM

A sustainable investment 
Development of the project 
Design and construction 
Operation and assistance

PRODUCTS FOR RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATIONS

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The range of products used

IT’S THE RIGHT TIME TO INSTALL A PLANT

Even without the incentives of
the past, convenience remains;
DISCOVER WHY.

INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATIONS

HOW TO BUILD A PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM

A sustainable investment 
Development of the project 
Design and construction 
Operation and assistance

IT’S THE RIGHT TIME TO INVEST

Even without the incentives of
the past, convenience remains;
DISCOVER WHY.

PRODUCTS FOR INDUSTRIAL PLANTS

Quality is in the details
The range of products used

HOW A PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM WORKS

Thanks to a photovoltaic system that captures the energy of the Sun by converting it into electricity, you can use the electricity produced for your consumption and put in the network the one you do not use.

PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE

The photovoltaic modules are made of cells in semiconductor material. The most used material is crystalline silicon. The silicon of a cell is treated in such a way as to generate an excess of electrons on one side and a lack of electrons on the opposite side. In this way an electrical potential is generated at the junction of the two differently treated layers. When sunlight hits the cells, the silicon starts to conduct and a voltage is generated between the metal contacts of the cells, thus creating a direct current.

INVERTER

Before it can be used, the direct current, generated by the solar cells, is transformed into alternating current at 220 volts thanks to an inverter.

ENERGY COUNTER ENTERED IN THE NETWORK

For the exchanges connected to the network, two counters are usually required. The first counter, installed immediately after the inverter, measures all the current produced by the photovoltaic system. The second counter replaces that of the distribution network and is bidirectional: it is able to make a balance between the energy input from the system to the electricity grid and that taken from the electricity supply to the user. This second counter is associated with savings on the electricity bill.
In this way the photovoltaic system works in parallel with the distribution network, which basically works as an accumulator for the energy produced by the plant.

IMMEDIATE IN THE NETWORK AND PRIVATE CONSUMPTION

As the owner of a photovoltaic system, you will use your electricity for all household consumption. In addition, you will receive from the GSE (electricity services manager) a cash credit for all the energy produced by the plant and sold to the electricity grid.