Is it time to switch to self-consumption?

Generate your own electricity with a self-consumption installation at an affordable price and in a simple way it is possible

Generate your own electricity with a self-consumption installation at an affordable price and in a simple way it is possible

 

Lately it is common to see in the news different opinions regarding self-consumption ; the legislative changes proposed by the Government, the disappearance of the sun tax and the lack of energy culture of a large part of this society (it is true that the Spanish electricity market is a very complex issue). For this reason, many of you are not clear whether putting solar panels in your home is a solution that adapts to your savings needs.

If you have a single-family home, are the owner of a company or reside in a community of owners, it is time to switch to self-consumption . Given the imminent arrival of the new regulatory framework for photovoltaic self-consumption, the obstacles to self-consumption – the famous “sun tax” – and the administrative barriers will be eliminated and, in addition, shared self-consumption will be allowed in the neighborhood communities . It is time for you to begin to consider self-consumption with solar panels as the best investment to save on your electricity bill.

With self-consumption you will save more than 35% on your bill

 

The continued fall in the prices of photovoltaic technology (solar panels, solar inverters and batteries) together with the continuous increases in the electricity bill make self-consumption with solar energy the best possible solution. This month of August was the month with the highest light bill in history and forecasts indicate that the upward trend will continue.

Keep in mind that you only need 6 photovoltaic solar panels -1.5 kW of power- that occupy about 10 square meters of your roof, to get very interesting savings during the 30 years of useful life of the solar photovoltaic installation.

How can you go to self-consumption?

If you decide to join us to get savings on your expenses, you will receive free advice, information on subsidies and existing aid in each municipality and autonomous community, which will lower the price of your self-consumption installation even more. For all this, we have the best network of installers of certified solar panels in the country. Contact us if you are looking for quality and guarantees.

New record temperatures: the sun shines more than ever

The University of Southampton and Brest University have published a new study stating that due to climate change the next five years will be even hotter. This year, the record for average global temperatures will be broken again.

The more hours of sun we have in our country, the more we can take advantage of the benefits of self-consumption and curb climate change.

Today is the day to switch to self-consumption

 

Solar energy is the best renewable alternative that exists. With an installation of solar panels you will save money on your electricity bill. You will be able to further maximize this savings, using smart batteries , using appliances with the A, A + or A ++ energy certification and changing your consumption habits.

At SotySolar we are here to help you make the best possible decision without compromise.

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How to Find a Home Renovation Contractor In most cases, the hardest part of home remodeling is finding a good and reliable contractor for the job. We’ve all heard stories about nightmare contractors who broke the kitchen apart and never came back, or projects that ended up costing thrice the original estimate. These are only a few reasons to be very careful in choosing people to handle your home remodeling project. If you’ve been looking around for a reliable contractor, these tips may be all you need: 1. Begin with referrals.
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Word of mouth is undeniably the best route to any qualified professional, not just contractors. Ask your friends and neighbors or even neighbors or coworkers if they can recommend somebody.. Remember to ask why they think it was a positive experience, how the contractor handled the job and if they would hire the same contractor in the future.
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2. Evaluate credentials. After obtaining a few referrals, you can do some initial research, either by visiting the contractor’s website or calling their office. Know if your prospect has all the needed licenses, both state and municipal, as well as designations from professional associations such as the National Association of Homebuilders or the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. Find contractors who have finished course work and passed demanding exams in order to earn particular certifications. However, you should know that certifications are not all created equal. Do a bit more homework to determine the requirements. 3. Interview prospects. Trim down your list of prospects and arrange to meet them each. Try to limit this to three options, because four or more can be too confusing. The manner in which a contractor replies to your questions is important, but communication is still two-way. The candidates should be asking questions, too. 4. Talk to references. Checking out some of the contractors’ recent or continuing projects is important. You should also call some of their former customers to ask if they were happy with the results. Note that when you’re hiring a remodeling contractor, you are paying for a service and not a product. 5. Look into management practices and business background. You need to know a bit more information regarding a remodeler prior to hiring one. Ask your prospects if they: > Maintain a fixed mailing address and e-mail address, a landline phone number, a fax number, mobile number and  voicemail; > Are covered by liability insurance; > Are established the community; or > Hold any relevant professional certifications. 5. Sign a written contract. Once you’ve picked a contractor, go over the documents they have prepared. All the pertinent details must be there, such as: > price and payment schedule; > scope of the job; > the site plan; > schedule of key construction tasks; > change-order clause; > warranty; > dispute resolution clause; and > a waiver of lien, which stops suppliers and subcontractors from putting a lien on your property if ever the contractor fails to pay their invoices.