What is industrial self-consumption?
Self-Consumption for companies
Energy self-consumption for companies is no longer difficult to obtain. The industries have the social and environmental responsibility to be as sustainable as possible, and the key to it is photovoltaic self-consumption. Notably saving in production costs, considerably reducing their carbon print at the same time, companies take a giant step in the fight against climate change.
Thanks to industrial self-consumption, companies have the opportunity to contribute to the fight against climate change by significantly avoiding the emission of a large amount of CO2 into the atmosphere, while saving significantly on production costs.
Today companies can produce from a fraction to the total energy needed to operate, in addition, with the self-consumption for companies, it is also possible to sell unused energy as surplus, something very positive for the profitability of companies.
The new economic and social dynamics of recent years have transformed important areas of contemporary life. The ecological risks caused by pollution make it imperative that we all act imminently.
The European Union through the Energy Renewal Plan 2020 has proposed to replace 20% of all energy consumed in European countries with renewable energies. Spain, in particular, has the best geographical and climatic conditions for the production of photovoltaic solar energy.