photovoltaic net-metering systems with parallel use of batteries, supplies clean electricity, an emblematic house in the area of Finikounda
SolarWay designed, studied, installed and delivered for use the first self- consumption photovoltaic net metering, which also uses batteries and is interconnected with the Public Electricity Grid. The photovoltaic system is part of the provisions on self- consumption of electricity from photovoltaic stations. (Article 14A of Law 3486/2006 as in force based on article 6 of Law 4203/2013).
The Net-Metering photovoltaic system includes the new Fronius Symo Gen 24 10.0 Plus inverter, which is a hybrid and can operate either as an interconnected grid or as a stand-alone inverter, supplying the home with electricity in the event of a power outage.
The beautiful house is of special architectural design by the architect Jorris Brat, and requires a specially designed photovoltaic system, which will be harmoniously integrated into the special environment of the house.
The Net-Metering photovoltaic system includes
- 33 photovoltaic panels of Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH type Q.PEAK-G4.1 300 Wp
- 1 inverter of Fronius International GmbH type Symo GEN24 10.0 Plus
- Batteries – batteries of BYD type BATTERY-BOX PREMIUM HVS 5.1
- Greek Alumil support bases (fixed support base Helios 2100 AS106 by Alumil)
As in all our projects, the design of the photovoltaic system follows the standards IEC 62446-1: 2016 and IEC 62446-2: 2020 «Photovoltaic (PV) systems – Requirements for testing, documentation and maintenance – Part 1: Grid connected systems – Documentation, commissioning tests and inspection and Part 2: Grid connected systems – Maintenance of PV systems »
The photovoltaic system has been inspected according to IEC 62446-1: 2016 and is in compliance with the requirements of IEC 60364-6.