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PPC myEnergySolarShare is an all-round Photovoltaic System solution for Gross Metering with the reliability of PPC. The specialised consulting and support team will manage the whole process from start to finish.
The energy produced by the Photovoltaic System is offset against your home's consumption, significantly lowering electricity costs and carbon emissions.
Through the specially designed application, you can find the solution that best meets your needs and receive a personalised offer quickly and easily.
PPC handles everything for you!
The all-round PPC myEnergy SolarShare solution includes:
EGING PV and LONGi SOLAR manufacture high-quality monocrystalline PV panels with high efficiency and all necessary certifications. PV panels have a rated power of 550W, a 12-year product warranty, and a 25-year production guarantee. Furthermore, you get all the necessary installation equipment, such as mounts, cables, and so on. The mounts and the construction are covered by a 15-year warranty.
HUAWEI SUN2000 single-phase or three-phase inverter with a ten-year warranty. The one-way or two-way converter converts the DC power generated by the PV panels into AC power, which is then supplied to the home, the power grid, or the battery.
Experienced and specialised engineers carefully study and design each proposed PV System based on the data entered in the specially designed PPC application.
Crews with thorough expertise in Photovoltaic System installation will come to your home and complete the installation with speed, consistency, accuracy, and professionalism.
A warranty of operation is provided with the installation of the Photovoltaic System, which includes access to a specialised support centre for reporting incidents with remote monitoring of correct operation and notification of any incidents of non-operation. For one year, any repairs resulting from system problems caused by material or installation failure will be free of charge.
A specialized team will be available to you to answer any questions and respond to any requests.
FREE add-on services and equipment worth 340€
The PPC myEnergy Coach monitoring app allows you to monitor your Photovoltaic System's production data in real time. As a result, you can see your financial benefit from the system's startup, allowing you to calculate the payback time of your investment fairly accurately.
Only PPC electricity customers can use the monitoring application.
One-year full coverage of the PV installation against all potential risks, as well as coverage for revenue loss resulting from system non-operation due to covered and non-excluded risks. The insurance policy is activated following HEDNO'S connecting of the Photovoltaic System to the grid. Furthermore, qualified technical staff will remotely monitor the proper operation of the PV System and will immediately notify the owner in the event of a malfunction. Find the detailed insurance terms here (in Greek).
A certified electrician provides the required Licensed Electrician Certification.
Individualised proposition and offer
Research and design of the ideal Photovoltaic System
Preparation of the HEDNO application and advance payment
Approval of the application by HEDNO and signing of connection and Gross Metering contracts
Repayment & Installation of the Photovoltaic System
Photovoltaic System production begins
Your photovoltaic system generates electricity that is injected directly into the grid using the PPC myEnergy SolarShare solution (Rooftop Photovoltaics). The electricity generated is sold to the Energy Network at a fixed price of 87€/MWh (Government Gazette B 6351/2021), whereas the energy consumed by your home is the "absorbed" energy received from the Network, for which you will continue to pay every month.
The metering of the energy produced by the Photovoltaic System that is injected into the grid in its entirety occurs concurrently with the metering of the energy consumed, i.e. the same metering cycle is used for both. Payment for the energy produced, on the other hand, is made on the clearing electricity bill (and not on the bill issued against it). If the readings cannot be obtained on the scheduled metering date for any reason, the clearing will be completed as soon as the next regular metering is performed. Please see the link for more information on the Network Operator's exact metering procedure.
Yes, if you have an active household electricity supply in your name and free space (roof, roof, pergola). You must own and have legal use of the space where you want to install a PV System. According to the YA, a portion of the building's thermal needs for hot water must be met using renewable energy sources (e.g. existence of a solar water heater, solar thermal, etc.). Furthermore, the Photovoltaic System installation project must not be included in any funding programme (e.g. under the OP of the Partnership Agreement).
It is recommended for residences with low annual electricity consumption (4.000kWh), such as vacation homes, and requires approximately 45 m2 of available space for a 6kW Photovoltaic System). Furthermore, the written consent of the house's co-owners (especially if it's a block of flats) is required for the commitment of the space on the terrace or roof for the installation of the Photovoltaic System that will be connected to your supply.
The photovoltaic panels generate electricity, which is then converted by the inverter and injected back into the grid.
With PPC myEnergy SolarShare, you can install a Photovoltaic System with a maximum power of 6kW in an interconnected network (or up to 3kW in the non-interconnected network). For the next 20 years, all the electricity generated will be sold to the grid at a fixed price of 0.087€/kWh. The collected amount is deducted from the total amount owed on each clearing account of the electricity supplier with whom you have a contract. A 6kW PV system can generate around 9,000kWh per year. With the Ministerial Decision's compensation of 87 €/MWh, the annual compensation amount can reach 783€. If the total Actual electricity bill is in credit, the owed amount is credited to the owner of the PV System's bank account on the electricity bill's expiry date.
We provide our customers with complete Photovoltaic System solutions, which include:
You can always switch providers, but a new net metering contract must be signed with your new provider for the time remaining until the 20-year period from the date of your PV system's initial grid connection expires.
The Photovoltaic Panels installed on terraces are supported by special tie rods that are insulated with special chemical resins, preventing any water inflow. The Photovoltaic Panels installed on roofs are supported with special P-type brackets under specific tiles, and any holes drilled are also insulated with special resins.
On 02.05.2023, HEDNO launched a platform where applications for Photovoltaic Energy Net Metering Systems grants may be submitted. It applies to Photovoltaic Systems with an installed capacity of up to 10.8 kW and a maximum production capacity of 10 kW in the Distribution Network, including the Non-interconnected Islands Distribution Network. To use the computerized platform, the applicant must enter their TaxisNet codes using GIS.
To gain access to the platform, visit pvstegi.gov.gr/.
An important prerequisite for the grant application is that it be preceded by a Connection Agreement with HEDNO, which can be found here: pvstegi.gov.gr/.
Required supporting documents:
i. Copy of ID card
i. A certificate of legal use documentation from a lawyer, in accordance with Article 18 of Law No. 4951/2022 (Government Gazette A' 129/04.07.2022), accompanied by the following:
Documents that will be required following the approval of the Connection Agreement by HEDNO:
1. Contract for Net or Gross Metering between the Self-producer and the Supplier
2. The Self-producer's written declaration on how the station will be supervised, the designation of the responsible technical staff during the station's operation, and contact information (address, phone, email, etc.)
3. Solemn Declarations of Greek Law 1599/1986, original and certified for the authenticity of the signature, or issued electronically through www.gov.gr, stating that all works were completed in accordance with the Connection Agreement, the relevant provisions of urban planning and environmental legislation, the applicable regulations and provisions, and the Self-producer's rules of good craftsmanship
4. Solemn Declarations of Greek Law 1599/1986, original and certified for the authenticity of the signature, or issued electronically through www.gov.gr, where the Self-producer states that:
i. the settings of all foreseen protections as installed according to HEDNO instructions, as well as that they will not be changed during the entire operation of the self-producer station.
ii. that the storage system will not exchange electricity with the grid and that its settings will not be changed for the duration of the cogeneration plant's operation (to be declared in the case of a cogeneration plant combined with a storage system).
iii. that the cogeneration plant will not inject electricity into the grid for the duration of its operation (to be declared in the event of no energy injection into the grid)
5. Any other supporting documents that may be included in the Final Offer of Connection
According to current legislation, HEDNO must respond to the request's legality within 15 days. Residential Photovoltaic Systems up to 10Kw receive a positive response to the connection request as a priority.
Following HEDNO’s positive response, the following steps must be taken:
Absorbed electrical energy: Electricity absorbed from the grid and consumed in the installation is referred to as absorbed electrical energy.
Recorded electrical energy: The energy produced by the PV system and pushed to the grid because there were no corresponding consumptions by the house to absorb the PV system's generation.
Self-consumption: Self-consumption is when the electricity generated by PV is used directly to meet the energy needs of the home.
Synchronisation: Synchronisation refers to the situation in which the electricity generated by the PV system is consumed at the precise moment in time at the customer's installation. The percentage of energy produced that is used to directly meet the energy needs of the installation relative to the total consumption of the installation is used to calculate the synchronisation. The self-generator is charged neither electricity supply costs nor grid usage costs for the electricity self-consumed in the residence with a PV system.
Produced energy: the total amount of energy produced by the PV system, which can be used directly for home needs or injected into the grid.
It is recommended to install special equipment (solar optimizers) to improve the performance of the PV System when shadows are created at the installation site or when PV panels are placed with different orientations. The cost of the specialised equipment is determined on an individual basis.
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