Choosing renewable energy sources for your home electricity and heating is a clear win-win. Renewables cut your energy costs and reduce your carbon footprint, making your home more sustainable and less dependent on outside energy sources.
Infinite renewable energy for your home and vehicle
Solar photovoltaic panels can be installed on the roof to warm your home, heat your water and power your devices. Remember, solar panels work on cloudy days as well. Moreover, all the extra electricity generated this way can be stored in special batteries, allowing you to save it for the night or another day. In this way, you can charge your electric or hybrid vehicle right at home, with sun or wind-generated electricity. And how cool is that?
Become an energy producer
Modern building materials mean new houses can be extremely well insulated, which minimizes energy loss. But how about the potential for energy gain? With modern battery storage, all the extra energy you create at your home can be sold back to the national electricity provider or other customers such as your neighbors. Without any fuss, you cease being an energy consumer and become a clean energy provider, earning money in the process. Moreover, a group of homeowners or several apartment buildings can join and install a communal photovoltaic system, reducing the initial costs and sharing all the benefits.
Despite being high-tech, renewable energy systems are low-maintenance, which is another bonus in terms of affordability. Solar panels are designed to be self-cleaning and require sparsely scheduled check-ups, unlike traditional energy systems.
Upgrading the renewable energy system you already have
In case you already have a renewable energy source in your home we can upgrade it in any way you wish. One of the best investments is retrofitting your system with a battery storage option, as it gives you the possibility to use 100% of the clean energy you’ve created and even sell some of the energy down the line.
Smart homes love renewables
Any renewable energy system you choose can be seamlessly incorporated with all of your other smart home features. Smart meters will help you to maximally optimize your energy input and output by telling you more about the energy you use and the energy you waste.