Make the most of renewable energy sources and find out about all the benefits of Photovoltaic Solar Energy. Iberdrola gives you advice so you can make the most of your investment from the outset, and we help you process the permits and authorisations needed for building and starting up the installation.
Iberdrola's Photovoltaic Solar Energy installations offer you:
The cost of a solar installation will depend on various factors such as the power, the type of installation, the quality of the equipment to be used, whether it is monitored, whether civil engineering work is needed, etc. There could also be other costs associated with connecting the photovoltaic installation to the grid, such as the power transmission line or the construction of a transformer station in the case of a medium-voltage connection point.
In some autonomous regions in Spain, the installations for harnessing solar energy can benefit from subsidies.
For more information you need to contact the body in your region that manages these subsidies.
There are various tax benefits with some Public Administrations. For further information on the benefits currently in force, please consult the different administrations involved.
In order to obtain an appropriate and constant level of energy production over time, regular maintenance of the installation is recommended. Its cost will depend on several factors, including the type of installation (fixed or with tracking), power, etc.
It is advisable to insure the photovoltaic installation against theft and vandalism, and also to take out third-party liability insurance (in some cases, the latter is included in the home insurance policy). The cost of the insurance will depend on various factors such as the installation's power, the location, whether surveillance measures are in place, etc.
The construction and start-up of a photovoltaic installation requires the preparation of a number of technical and administrative documents, as well as the processing of certain authorisations.
The administrative procedures may vary depending on the intended installation type and its location. To find out exactly about the procedures for each case, we recommend contacting the various administrations and, if the installation connects to the grid, the electricity distribution company in the area where the installation will be located.
There are two types of photovoltaic solar installations, depending on their geographical location and utility:
There are two types depending on the type of structure they use.
The main components of a grid-connected photovoltaic installation are as follows:
Other technical aspects to take into account:
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