Using solar energy in a private house can be a good solution for several reasons:

  • Reducing dependency on the grid: By generating your own electricity, you can reduce your dependency on the grid, which can help you avoid supply disruptions, lower your energy bills and better manage your energy supply.

  • Saving money: Over time, you can save money on your energy bills. Over the years, the cost of installing solar panels decreases, and not having to pay for electricity means more savings.

  • Solar energy is a renewable and clean source of energy, meaning it does not emit harmful pollutants such as carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases. By using solar energy, you can reduce your carbon footprint and help improve the health of the environment.

  • Increase the value of your home: Solar panels can increase the value of your home, making it more attractive to potential buyers. In addition, many homeowners who install solar panels can take advantage of incentives such as various subsidies that can help offset costs and make the return on investment more attractive.

The time it takes to get a return on investment (ROI) from solar panels can vary depending on several factors, including location, installation costs, electricity generation, and potential incentives or tax credits. In general, it may take several years for the energy savings and/or financial incentives to recoup the cost of purchasing and installing solar panels. The ROI period can vary from 5 to 15 years depending on local conditions. But once installed, solar panels can provide years of clean, renewable energy, saving you money in the long run.

Service time

The lifespan of a solar power plant can vary depending on several factors, including the type of solar panels used, quality of construction and installation, environmental conditions, and maintenance schedule. In general, solar panels can last 20-30 years or more with proper maintenance.

After a solar power plant is built, it can continue to produce power as long as the solar panels are working and the system is properly maintained. Over time, natural factors such as weather, dust and bird droppings can cause solar panels to degrade in performance or even fail, so regular inspection and maintenance is essential to ensure the system continues to perform at peak performance. In some cases, solar panels can even be replaced or repaired to extend their life.

Where to start?

Contact us and we will take care of everything else:

· We will assess your situation

· We will provide the best, most efficient and cheapest offer

· We will prepare all the documents for receiving APVA support

· We will install a solar power plant and connect it