Installation service of solar panels for communities of neighbors.
We bring solar energy to any rooftop:
Installation of photovoltaic self-consumption systems in neighborhood communities, sharing the energy generated in homes or premises and common services of the building.
Collective with surpluses under compensation.
For community and residential consumption.
Neighborhood Community: receives the necessary kW for its needs.
Neighbors: Each volunteer participant receives 1kW or the corresponding sharing percentage to be agreed upon.
Huawei or similar single-phase/three-phase inverter of maximum efficiency
505Wp Trina Solar Black Frame 505Wp panels or similar
Wibee consumption monitoring equipment
From MIWenergía we carry out the study of the roof to dimension the installation of solar panels adapting the design to the consumption forecast of the whole Community, the location, dimensions, capacity and forecast of distribution of the generated energy.
The designed work is budgeted on a turnkey basis, including all the relevant procedures, permits and grant applications.
22.7 kWp installation
No. of participants: 6
10.8 kWp installation
No. of participants: 7
No, only simple majority approval (50% +1) is required, and the facility will be adapted to the number of participants.
Supply modality with collective self-consumption with surpluses under compensation: Collective photovoltaic self-consumption consists of a group of consumers reaching an agreement to share a photovoltaic installation. The collective agreement must state who participates (consumers and producers), and what percentage of production corresponds to each consumer, also known as the "distribution coefficient".
This modality allows surpluses to be fed into the grid, which will be settled by the distributor of each associated supply point.
This is the percentage of production that corresponds to each consumer.
No, they can remain with the company of their choice. Although for ease of processing it is recommended.
From MIWenergía we take care of preventive maintenance with at least one annual visit, and corrective maintenance, resolving breakdowns or incidents that may cause the installation as soon as possible to ensure the proper functioning of the installation.
The production surpluses will belong to each self-consumer in proportion to their distribution coefficient, which they will be able to compensate according to the conditions of their supplier, or with the free Virtual Battery of MIWenergía.
No, since the Community of Residents is the owner of the installation, it is not feasible for the Community to charge someone who is not the owner.
In the "Solar Communities" of MIWenergía we propose an equal distribution of the energy production for each house, once a main percentage is destined for the common areas of the building.
However, there are two possible situations:
- If there are not enough kW for the needs of all the neighbors, the neighbors will be charged the same kW so that everyone benefits.
- If there are enough kW for the neighbors who want to self-consume, each of them will be asked how many kW are the optimal ones taking into account their consumption.
The criteria and the so-called "Distribution Coefficient" must be included in the agreement between the parties and each consumer must send it to the distributor through its marketing company. In case your supplier is MIWenergía, we will be able to manage the procedure in a faster way.
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