Solar power as an effective way of keeping electricity prices down
Rising electricity prices are a strain on competitiveness.
The price of electricity for small and medium enterprises is currently around 16 to 22 cents per kWh. The continuing price increases represent a critical uncertainty factor for making future plans. That is why it makes sense to use as little electricity as possible from the grid and to switch instead to self-produced solar power. This leads to stable electricity costs over the long term and independence from the supplier.
There are basically no additional monthly costs from financing a solar energy system, as ongoing running costs, i.e. the current electricity costs, are simply used to repay a loan.
In this respect, B&W Energy assumes all the tasks on the way to your first kWh of solar power.