Photovoltaic self-consumption consists, basically, in the production of electricity for own consumption through photovoltaic solar panels. Self-consumption has the advantage of saving on your electricity bill, but it also helps to curb the negative effects of climate change caused by human activity.
The arrival of new models of self-consumption, such as shared self-consumption, has made it possible for everyone to join this trend, which has been growing steadily in recent years.
The possibility of using your own energy, not only makes you more independent from the big electricity companies, but also allows you to save, especially in the long term.
Solar panels transform the sunlight falling on them into electricity thanks to the photovoltaic effect. The current generated is direct current, so an inverter is required to transform it into alternating current to be able to consume this energy.
Why invest in self-consumption?
With the increase in the price of electricity, many people are considering investing in an installation of solar panels for self-consumption, in order to produce their own green energy and thus reduce their electricity bill.
A photovoltaic self-consumption installation can be seen as a financial product in many ways, it is capable of generating annual returns ranging from 10% to over 50%.