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Balcony Power Plant

A balcony power plant or mini solar power system is the simple and inexpensive introduction to solar technology and serves to reduce electricity costs in every household. The mini solar power system is suitable for any household, whether it is a homeowner or a tenant! The principle for balcony power plants is the "Plug, Play & Save" concept.

In such plug-and-play solar systems, usually up to 2 photovoltaic (PV) modules are connected directly to an inverter. This does not have to be done by an electrician. The familiar Schuko plug is often used as a simple transfer plug. The electricity is then fed from the inverter into the house grid via the nearest socket. This reduces the electricity costs for the electrical base load and saves part of the household electricity demand.

All balcony power plants need be registered with the Federal Network Agency in Germany. This can be done free of charge; the process can take up to 30 minutes. You will need to know the name of your grid operator. Please check the registration requirements in the respective countries.
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  • Reduction of electricity costs: save up to approx. 290 kWh/year with a balcony module (at 265 Wp)
  • Easy installation - Plug & Save: also suitable for ordinary people. No electrician required (simply plug and play).
  • Modular: Expandable at any time. Small space requirement as the Micro-inverter is located directly on the Solar-PV Module.

For a 600 Wp system with 2 modules and an average sunshine duration of 1,600 hours in Germany, depending on the position of the sun, the system has an annual output of over 500 KW, with an average output of 250 W per hour. This is about 150 € per year, assuming an electricity price of 30 cents per kWh for the basic supply. The higher the electricity price, the greater the savings. The electricity generated in the mini PV system costs you only about 5 cents per kWh.

You can always buy more modules (solar modules + micro inverter). Of course, there is also the option to buy individual packages of solar modules / micro inverter and run them together. Of course, you can also install 10, 20 or more modules on your roof or facade and feed them into the general power grid or connect an energy storage system. However, you should hire an electrician for this, and depending on the intended use, there are also legal requirements to be observed (e.g. for the planned feed-in to the general grid). We have a large partner network of electricians and will be happy to put you in touch with them. Talk to our experts about your requirements at +49 (0) 52 51 - 142 09 23 or by e-mail to info@esl-emobility.com

Theoretically yes, e.g. on garage roofs or carports, but the relevant building regulations and building standards must be observed.

Balcony Power Plant

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