Self-consumption and electric vehicle charging

Making systems available to charge electric vehicles increases the satisfaction of your customers, employees and users. By supplying your own electricity, you can reduce how much you take from the grid, lowering your environmental footprint.

The increase in energy costs and the commitments made with international organisations are leading the sector to thoroughly transform how it consumes energy. This change in direction seeks to transform the consumption habits of electrical installations by encouraging the use of renewable energy sources to reduce both electricity bills and CO2 emissions.

Another strong commitment involves the inclusion of electric vehicle charging systems to maximise the satisfaction of both the customers visiting your facilities, and all your users, customers and workers.

ELECTRICAL SELF-CONSUMPTION

Reduce your bill by generating your own energy

Help reduce CO2 emissions by generating clean energy with photovoltaic self-consumption systems, and save on your installation's energy bill.

ELECTRIC MOBILITY

Charging customer and employee vehicles

Offer an electric vehicle charging service to the customers and workers at your facility by installing AC or DC charging solutions tailored to any type of vehicle and connector in use.

SOLAR CANOPIES AND MOBILITY

Take advantage of your car park to save and charge electric vehicles

Take advantage of your own car park and install photovoltaic canopies to generate clean energy while your customers and employees charge their electric vehicles.

CDP-0

Features zero feed-in to avoid injecting any excess electricity to the grid. Use all the energy generated and avoid having to register your connection point.

SELF-CONSUMPTION OF RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY

Save on your electricity bill by using your own renewable energy

Solar PV energy is one of the most economical and reliable renewable sources on the market today. The constantly rising price of electricity, together with the drop in the prices of the components that make up a photovoltaic installation, is resulting in a direct increase in the implementation of these systems.
The concept of the energy transition is currently accepted worldwide, and is incentivised by the vast majority of international governments, whose outlooks confirm its essential role in electrical installations to contribute to a new energy revolution.

PV-Monitor energy manager

  • Detection of low performance ratio (yield index) in the PV installation
  • Instantaneous energy balance of consumption compared to PV generation
  • Self-consumption percentage calculation for the current month (solar fraction)
  • General alarms for the PV installation to warn of abnormal operation (email notifications)
  • Reduction in energy consumed from the electrical network
  • Reduced atmospheric CO2 emissions.

ELECTRIC MOBILITY

Help your customers and employees charge their electric vehicles.

Guarantee the satisfaction of your visitors and employees during their stay in your facility by installing electric vehicle charging systems. This is a key aspect to take into account in both new and existing facilities. Depending on the country, the applicable law requires the installation of systems for charging electric vehicles in new buildings and spaces, or in those that undergo major upgrades.

Installing multi-user charging systems, both indoors and out, offers a great value added to your installation as it ensures that any user will be able to charge their electric vehicle while visiting your facility.

SELF-CONSUMPTION AND MOBILITY

Solar photovoltaic canopies with a system for charging electric vehicles

Normally, tertiary sector facilities, buildings and infrastructures have sufficient space for both customers and workers to park their vehicles. By making the most of the space available in the car park, it is possible to install photovoltaic canopies.

Installing canopies provides covered space for vehicles and produces solar energy, which can cover part or all of your electricity needs, and/or make it possible to sell the excess energy to the distribution grid.

The structure of the canopy enables the installation of an integrated system for charging electric vehicles that uses a single system to generate clean energy while charging electric vehicles, saving installation time and space.