Solar panels for homes have been designed to convert sunlight into electricity for self-consumption in the home. The solar cells distributed on their surface absorb light energy and with it, generate an electric field capable of producing and supplying electric current.
Although years ago their implementation was expensive, complex and reserved for large industries capable of paying the price of their installation and maintenance, the use of domestic solar panels has progressively become a common element in rustic or urban homes.
Self-consumption of electricity is an increasingly obvious and logical reality: on the one hand, using a renewable energy source such as the sun to produce electricity is much more environmentally friendly and, on the other, it means a reduction in the periodic electricity bill.
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The first step in the installation of solar panels is the visit of one of our renewable energy specialists to know your needs and expectations, study the place where the self-consumption installation could go and clear any doubts regarding functioning, benefits, times and prices. This visit will be necessary to work on a customized design that adapts to the roof structure and that will allow to connect the solar panels to the electrical installation you have at home.
Do you want to buy solar panels for your home, but don’t know their price? It is very common to ask how much it costs to install solar panels at home, and even more if you aren’t yet familiar with this topic.
The growing need to become aware of the environmental impact generated by our lifestyle has made renewable energies gain prominence in the debate on what we can do to be more environmentally friendly. Based on that same need electricity self-consumption is increasing as a way to ensure that the energy used for our everyday life is as clean as possible.
In the last decade, the price of photovoltaic solar panels for homes has fallen considerably. This drop is due to the development of domestic installations and the expansion of a market that has already grown enough for competition to lower costs. The price of installing a solar panel system will depend on the energy needs of the home and, therefore, on the photovoltaic power installed.
The installation has a life span of around 40 years and whose amortization will depend on the consumption, self-consumption subsidies received, etc.