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Net-Μetering

( Net Metering is a scheme that allows the consumer to cover a significant part of the energy consumed, using an interconnected photovoltaic system (PV), while allowing him to use the Public Electricity Network (PPC or other Electricity Provider) for indirect storage of green energy produced by its photovoltaic system.

When the production is greater than the consumption, the surplus is "stored" in the network and is used when the production of PV is not enough. The final set-off and counting according to the latest ministerial decision is set at three years and will take place for at least 25 years. If the instantaneous consumption exceeds the instantaneous output of the PV system, then the "ΔΕΔΔΗΕ" system is used automatically with the corresponding charge of the Electricity Provider. For this reason the photovoltaic system must practically designed based on the annual consumption of the consumer.

Households or Entrepreneurs has the right of establishment. Legal persons of public or private law and the farmers who either own the area in which the station will install, or have the legal use of it (eg through lease, free concession, etc.) and have secured the written consent of the owner of the space.

The main advantages of Net-Metering are the minimization (or even zeroing) energy costs and the offset is energy and not accounting since the excess energy is not lost . In addition, the long-term guarantee of low electricity bills is ensured for at least 25 years according to the contract with the respective Provider. It is therefore a high-yield economic and technical investment as financial depreciation takes place within certain years. Finally, the space acquires energy autonomy and the building is energetically upgraded.

The experienced and specialized staff of TASIS Energy undertakes:

Net Metering of 499,80kWp Schimatari – Voiotia Greece

Net Metering power 7.02 kWp - Glyfada, Athens

Net Metering power 5.75 kWp - Ilioupoli, Athens

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