What other solutions exist?
Besides solar power, everyone is more ore less familiar with wind turbines. But have you ever thought about combined heat and power installations (CHP)? Companies that need both electricity and heat can benefit from a CHP installation. Usually such a plant uses natural gas, but biogas, biomass or hydrogen as a fuel are also possible.
Today, battery storage is usually of limited interest to companies. But besides the use as so called peak shaving units, a combination of solar panels and EV charging stations can provide an interesting business case. Especially when in the process of electrifying your car fleet.
Integration of the energy-producing units with the utilities is also worth looking at. Just think of steam production with CHP, or the coupling of solar panels and heat pumps.
Can I apply for subsidies?
There are still a lot of different financial incentives for renewable energy an energy-efficiency, both for local production and other energy-related investments. Read more.
However, it is a misconception that renewable energy needs financial incentives to be competitive or profitable. Depending on your specific consumption profile, a profitable investment without subsidies is absolutely possible. On the basis of a feasibility study, we determine which investments could be interesting for your company.
Want to know more about local energy production? Are you curious about the which financial incentives exist? Maybe try a free of charge 45 min intake meeting with us?