A solar self-consumption installation is a photovoltaic system that is used to meet the energy demand of a house or building. The system is made up of one or more generation units (photovoltaic), an inverter and, in some cases, a battery. Solar energy is captured by photovoltaics and stored as electrical energy in the battery. The inverter converts electrical energy from the battery into alternating current, which can be used to power electrical appliances in the house or building.

Self-consumption with a network is an ideal option for those who want to produce their own energy efficiently and sustainably. With this installation, you will be able to save on your electricity bill and you will contribute to the fight against climate change.

Photovoltaic self-consumption is the use of electrical energy generated by photovoltaic panels to meet the needs of a home or other buildings. The excess energy can be stored in batteries or returned to the electrical network.


Photovoltaic solar self-consumption is one of the most common and widespread applications of solar energy. In a self-consumption installation, there are three key components: the photovoltaic panels, the inverter and the battery.

  • Photovoltaic panels: Which are the ones that convert solar energy into electricity.
  • Solar inverters: They are responsible for transforming the direct current that comes from the panels, into alternating current.
  • Batteries (optional): If we want to disconnect from the electrical network, batteries can be used.