Answers to frequent questions about the sector
FAQS about IM2:
How does the process of saving study IM2 work?
Comprehensively analyzing customer consumption habits from consumption patterns, we´ll define the PV system that optimizes your energy and cost savings.
What happens after approving the IM2 budget?
The construction and legalization department will prepare all necessary documentation for the drafting and application of permits. In about two months the execution begins. The total process until power generation can be 10 days for a small installation and 3 months for a large one.
How much money can you save with the self-consumption system IM2?
You cannot generalize about saving as it depends on the consumption habits of each customer and its electricity contract. We have to make a personalized study. In IM2 we can do it without any commitment.
FAQS about solar energy:
Is solar energy useful for my business or my house?
Solar energy is useful, because it offers free electricity that you can use directly in your business or home, contributing to significant savings.
How much does electricity cost, once I have my own solar installation for self-consumption?
The cost of our consumption will have two values, the kWh generated from solar energy will be around 0.06 € / kWh consumed while the network will be hovering around 0.14 € / kWh according to conditions negotiated with the energy trader. With solar energy we have predictability of costs by generating electrical power at a defined and constant cost.
In how much time is a solar photovoltaic installation amortized?
It depends a lot upon factors like consumer habits and increase of energy costs, but around 6-8 years.
Do you have any tax advantage for buying a self-consumption installation?
The facilities are equipment and can be amortized and save in corporate tax and personal income tax. In addition, a sale between companies is exempt of VAT.
Can I finance my installation?
Yes, the standard terms are 70% funded in a maximum of 10 years. Fees are always adjusted to be lower than the savings generated.