The first in Messinia, and one of the first in Greece Net-Metering photovoltaic net metering system 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 photovoltaic net metering. (Article 14A of Law 3486/2006 as in force based on article 6 of Law 4203/2013).
The Net-Metering self consumption photovoltai 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.