Energy Compensation
Zero Balance

Energy compensation is the process by which electricity is produced from sunlight. The net balance is the difference between the electricity that is produced and the electricity that is consumed.

Energy compensation is a process by which a person or a company can cover the cost of their electrical energy with solar energy. It is based on the concept that the electricity produced by photovoltaic panels is cleaner and more efficient than the electricity generated by traditional power plants. Users can request compensation for the excess electricity they produce, which is known as a net balance.

The net balance is achieved by returning electricity to the local power grid, allowing other users to use it. This reduces the cost of energy for all users of the electricity grid, which in turn contributes to the fight against climate change.


At the time of the installation of a photovoltaic system, an agreement will be established with the electricity supplier in which the price at which the excess energy will be poured into the network will be determined, as well as the price at which the energy that is needed will be purchased when consumption exceeds the solar energy produced.

The price is automatically regulated in this way, the energy that remains in the system during the day will have the same value at night when it comes directly from the supplier, in this way the consumer will not be able to make a profit and will only be able to save the cost of the energy during peak hours of consumption.

In this way, all the energy that we generate during the day, instead of being stored, is used by other users and during the night when nothing is produced, the supplier company will deduct us from that balance that we have generated during the day.

The energy that is poured is measured with the same digital meter in our houses. This device is two-way, which means that it registers both the energy that is produced and that which is consumed. If more energy is produced than is consumed, this excess energy can be injected into its own batteries or into the electrical network. In this way, all the energy injected is registered in our own account and can be consumed at another time, for example at night or when there is a power outage…