By purchasing a self-consumption solar system with storage and an IMEON hybrid inverter, the user saves a lot of money on his electricity bill. Once the system components are acquired, the user benefits from free electricity generated by a resource which has no limit – the solar energy. To live in a house with free electricity is to take a big step towards energy independence.
In addition to financial benefit of free electricity, producing the necessary energy for the needs of your home is part of an approach similar to growing your garden or cutting wood to heat your home. The motivations that have driven users of IMEON solutions to make their homes self-sufficient are diverse, but the ones that stand out most frequently are:
The feeling of “freedom” that comes from producing the electricity.
The satisfaction of benefiting from free electricity once the equipment is acquired.
Security of electricity supply detached from the economic, political (etc.) context.
The satisfaction of contributing to a sustainable energy model by abandoning the polluting energy sources.
Thanks to the technological progress and the declining prices of solar panels and batteries, living in an autonomous house is no longer a utopia. It is now possible and increasingly affordable to bypass the conventional electricity suppliers without sacrificing comfort.
One of the advantages of solar installations is also the lifespan of photovoltaic modules. Most of the photovoltaic panels manufacturers give guarantees of 10 years or more and the feedback from the field shows that the lifespan of solar panels very often exceeds 30 years. This lifetime allows users to invest for the long term and to benefit from free electricity for years to come.