Costs for a photovoltaic system
Solar panels are a sustainable and environmentally friendly way to generate energy. However, the cost of solar panels is often a barrier to implementing this technology. The cost of solar panels varies greatly depending on what type of system you need and where you buy it. The cheapest way to purchase a solar system is to build it yourself. However, this can be very time consuming and usually requires some knowledge of electricity and solar power. If you don’t have the time or interest to build it yourself, you can also buy a prefabricated system. This is usually the most expensive option, but can also be the easiest and most convenient.
If you decide to purchase a prefabricated solar system, there are a few factors that will affect the price. These include:
The size of the system: the larger the system, the higher the price will be.
The type of solar cells: These differ in efficiency and therefore cost. Monocrystalline or multicrystalline cells are slightly more expensive than amorphous cells, but they are also more efficient.
The location of the solar system: If you want to install your system in a place where there is a lot of sunshine (for example on the roof), the price will be higher than in places with less sun (for example in the garden). The reason is that more solar energy is needed to generate the same amount of electricity.
Brand of solar system is cost driving: there are many different manufacturers of solar systems with different prices. So it pays to compare different offers before you decide to buy.
The cost of a small system with an output of less than 10 kW is about 3000 euros. For a medium sized plant with a power between 10 kW and 100 kW the cost will hit about 5000 Euro per Watt. A large system with a power of more than 100 kW can cost up to 10 000 euros per watt.
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Types of photovoltaic systems - cost factor!
Depending on the needs of the user, there are different types of photovoltaic systems. From the type of photovoltaic system depends on the cost.
- Some systems can be connected to large buildings or houses to generate electricity from the sun
- Other systems can be mounted on mounting poles and should be placed in areas with good sunlight input.
- There are Portable photovoltaic systems. This system can be transported to any place and is ideal for people who do not have access to electricity grids or populate areas poor in energy due to limited resources. Portable photovoltaic systems are also ideal for outdoor activities and camping trips.
Hybrid photovoltaic systems: This system combines solar cells and wind energy in one component system and allows the user to generate energy from both sources simultaneously. Hybrid systems are extremely efficient and powerful and can help reduce the energy needs of the home or building. After all factors have been considered, it is necessary to look at what material should be used for installation.
Our experienced photovoltaic system specialists will help you figure out what type of system you need and work with you to make a detailed plan. Our photovoltaic specialists come with their own materials to help you plan installation of photovoltaic systems. Solar installation technicians and installers from Eastern Europe come with the right tools and technical know-how to complete your project without any problems.