We will explain the steps you need to take if you wish to take advantage of this new type of consumption called self-consumption.
If you decide to install solar panels in your home and wish to be compensated for the surplus energy you do not use, here is a step by step guide:
1. Install the solar panels
It is much easier than it used to be to install photovoltaic solar panels and it is now within anyone's reach.
Here in Endesa we can take care of everything. Forget about paperwork and complications. Sign up for our Endesa X solar solution. It includes:
- Immediate customised study: We will tell you what you need and how you need it.
- Tempo Solar Tariff with compensation for surplus
- 12-year guarantee
- Fully comprehensive insurance for 10 years
- Financing up to 10 years.
- Maintenance and Support Service (OPTIONAL): We will notify you of any faults in your installation and, once a year, we will review it in full.
2. Obtain the permits
These are the different procedures and papers necessary to be able to benefit from the compensation of surpluses. It is an essentially administrative affair that involves municipal and regional authorities.
Once the paperwork has been approved, it is the Autonomous Community that is responsible for transferring the data for your photovoltaic installation to your electricity distributor. The distributor then notifies your marketer. If you have doubts about the role of each, we will here explain what a distributor does and what a marketer does.
But why worry about all these procedures? Leave it to us, we will take care of everything: