Produce your own energy with Self-Installing Solar Kits
At KW Solutions we have developed easy-to-install kits for you to produce energy with your own solar panel. Comfortable and simple, you just have to plug in the hob and start saving. We present you our new product.
The energy consultancy KW Solutions is specialized in solar panel installations for photovoltaic self-consumption. These facilities require a prior study and labor. Therefore, to save processes, the engineering team has developed self-installing solar kits for a user to generate their own energy with solar panels whose installation is based on connecting them to a socket. In this article, we take a look at these kits that will be on sale in the coming months.
What are self-installing kits?
They are pre-designed kits made up of a plate and an inverter that can be connected to any outlet in a house as long as it is exposed to the sun and energy will be generated, which will save on the bill without the need for an installation by an assembler .
How many types of kits are there?
Two, one made up of a plate and an inverter and the other with two plates and an inverter. The first has a power of 450wp while the second 900wp. This is enough to cover the consumption of a standard inverter air conditioner. This means that at peak times they will plug in several electrical appliances without having to worry about the electricity bill.
How are they installed?
The panels need to be oriented preferably south and with an inclination of 30 degrees, although they will generate energy in any sunny place in a house. The plates are installed by anchoring them to the wall with a pair of screws and connecting the cable to a socket.
In case of having two boards, both will be connected to each other with an MC4 connector and, afterwards, they will only have to be plugged in. At that time, they will start to generate energy.
What savings do you suppose in the electricity bill?
With these plates, a saving of up to € 445 per year will be generated with two panels and € 225 in the case of having a single panel.
How do I know that the electricity I am using is what I am generating?
Electricity always travels the shortest distance so if we pour electricity into our installation we will use that and not the network. If we take into account that the hours where there is more solar radiation coincide with those when electricity is more expensive, this represents a great saving and you can turn on the air conditioning and cook, all at the same time, during those hours without having to look at the watch.