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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by Which » 01/11/23, 12:17

Yes, I mentioned it in terms of percentage.
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by ToinonGrd » 03/11/23, 11:21

Thank you very much for your feedback.
My OA contract ends in a few months..
To tell the truth, I'm hesitant to switch to self-consumption or find another solution to sell my production.
I'm still going to try to make an appointment with them to see what they offer, but it seems rather suited to my needs and the guarantees are interesting.
I will get back to you quickly
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by ToinonGrd » 15/11/23, 18:36

Hello everyone !

I had a member of the Solar Account team on the phone following the appointment made on their site.
It is in fact a project backed by EDF which aims to offer an alternative to the end of OA or for people who are not in OA but who want to sell their solar energy.

Basically they are based on:
1. Installation date
2. The number of panels
3. Location for sunshine rate

This data feeds their calculation base to determine an average production which they buy at the SPOT market price (EPEX stock exchange).
To access their service the subscription is 100e per year.

To give you a little more detail on my installation:
- Installation date 2013
- Number of panels: 10 (16m2)
- Panel brand: DualSun Flash Shingle
- Department: 33

Solar account simulation:
- Efficiency 85% (20 years of service), power 2,45 KWp
- Annual energy production 2 KWh
- Annual net gain of 208 euros

The end of my contract is not imminent right away but I am looking at the different options - in particular to end my contract.
Please let me know what you think :)
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by Remundo » 15/11/23, 18:46

I didn't understand everything there...

In short, how much do they buy your 2800 kWh of output from you?
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by sicetaitsimple » 15/11/23, 18:53

I think that the spot prices of electricity at times when solar power is produced will decrease sharply in the coming years.
That doesn't stop you from trying, but you shouldn't commit for too long, in my opinion (which is only worth what it's worth).

PS: I couldn't find the site?
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by Remundo » 15/11/23, 19:27

It's shady, and this story of paying €100 to access... scams?
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by phil59 » 15/11/23, 19:36

If someone buys me 208€ net, my productio, I prefer not to resell anything, and to use everything (a good part with a "router", which will heat the water of a cumulus for free, more than 200€ per year , even as 2 people)
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by Remundo » 15/11/23, 20:17

if we believe the figures announced, that's 7,64 cents including tax per kWh, a lot of nonsense when you need a kWh for 15-20 cents on the network!
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Re: Purchase of solar energy




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 15/11/23, 20:27

Except that it's better than nothing and that no individual has management costs like the French operator. Try again. : Mrgreen:
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by sicetaitsimple » 15/11/23, 20:34

Remundo wrote:if we believe the figures announced, that's 7,64 cents including tax per kWh, a lot of nonsense when you need a kWh for 15-20 cents on the network!

Did you know when you signed them that your contracts at €500/600/MWh had a duration of 20 years?
So don't come crying now, French consumers have already largely paid for your installations.
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