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Shared self-consumption

What is Shared Self-Consumption in Housing?

Self-consumption in dwellings or buildingscan be defined as the production of energy that we carry out ourselves, without having to resort to a third party, such as electricity companies.

So, the shared self-consumption in housing is the same, but in this case an energy generator is shared by the neighborhood community, in other words, is the consumption of electrical energyfrom renewable energies and used by several consumers.

Although there are several ways to generate energy for the self-consumption of homes, the one that best adapts to circumstances and, therefore, the most recognized, is the photovoltaic solar self-consumption

Sell the energy you don’t use

Your electrical trader is required to compensate you for your non-self-consuming surpluses. You can work with any trader, find out who gives you the best conditions.

Advantages of shared self-consumption

– With a common photovoltaic installation, each neighbourhood community produces its own electricity.

– Photovoltaic self-consumption systems use solar, renewable and inexhaustible energy.

– Dependence on electricity companies is reduced and the country’s energy dependence on the outside world is reduced.

Shared self-consumption in buildings would help to meet European CO2 emission reduction targets.