Solar energy buyback

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Solar energy buyback




by ToinonGrd » 30/10/23, 10:40

Hello,
I would like to know if any of you know of options for the sale of energy linked to photovoltaic panels?
I recently found the site "comptesolaire.com" which seems reliable (EDF partner) with experience and offers a buyout at the SPOT price.
Thank you in advance for your feedback :)
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by Which » 30/10/23, 10:48

When you are a consumer, virtual storage seems more interesting to me than repurchase.
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by plasmanu » 30/10/23, 11:17

It depends on the repurchase contract that we have signed.
Personally at the time it was 68 cents per kilowatt hour. Still relevant for another 10 years.
And I pay 11 cents during peak hours and around 7 cents during off-peak hours.
Self-consumption is an economic aberration for me
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by Which » 30/10/23, 12:15

It was good conditions, today it is no longer like that at all, that is why virtual storage is of interest if we produce barely more than what we consume on the 'year. The surplus which accumulates from year to year and is lost.
And if you produce less than you consume, you have to buy electricity under conditions that may be unexpected from the operator.
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by plasmanu » 30/10/23, 14:48

Self-production is all well and good, but if you don't know how to manage in real time what you produce and what you consume: it's a gift for the network.
No more counters running backwards
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by phil59 » 30/10/23, 21:06

The repurchase is only done if mounted by an approved PRO.

It was 10 cents per kWh, it may have gone to 13 cents per kWh.

But meh...

As for the virtual drums, what are the entry fees?

500E? 1000€

Would only be 20 cents per kWh, I will start from 600€ for the virtual battery, it would take 3000 kWh, and 6000 at 10 cents... and therefore be able to overproduce 3000 kWh minimum.

THE question is first, what are your needs, and based on that, what do you plan to install...
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by Which » 30/10/23, 23:33

If you're interested in virtual drums, there are some here https://www.mylight-systems.com/batterie-virtuelle/
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by phil59 » 01/11/23, 09:50

For me, I'm going to say in my case, it doesn't make sense.

The virtual battery is not a battery in itself, but just a pricing arrangement.

With my small kWp, enough to cover my background "noise", in general.

In the future, I will move more towards a small battery, like 2-3 kWh usable, to cover possible outages, and at least have lighting at night, and a little load off the network on off-days. my temporary subscription, where, 300 days a year, I pay 10 cents per kWh during off-peak hours, and around 13 during peak hours.

These are recovery batteries, not made for that, but which I will renew every year, 7-8 kWh lead acid. All while waiting for my next EV, which will do V2L, at least, but I hope for V2H, my kona does not.
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by Which » 01/11/23, 10:10

phil59 wrote:
The virtual battery is not a battery in itself, but just a pricing arrangement.

Absolutely, it's a low-cost, maintenance-free, indestructible battery. Ethically, it bothers me too, if everyone does it, it is no longer possible in practice.
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by sicetaitsimple » 01/11/23, 10:48

Who wrote:If you're interested in virtual drums, there are some here https://www.mylight-systems.com/batterie-virtuelle/

Note, if the operator gives you back your energy (the virtually "stored" kWh) for a small premium, it would surprise me if he gave you TURPE (to simplify the remuneration of RTE and ENEDIS, which represents roughly 2/3 of the price of a kWh supplied, transported, distributed, taxed by EDF
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