Become your own energy producer!

Make yourself independent of rising electricity rates!

On-site consumption for commercial enterprises – pays for itself!

Photovoltaic technology is developing rapidly: In the last seven years, investment outlay for PV systems has dropped by around 70 percent. At the same time, technical advancements have greatly increased the quality and performance of solar power plants.
These developments have changed the market – as well as the use of solar power in industry and commerce.
In the past few years, businesses have invested in PV plants as a reliable income stream. Today, interest in solar power as an efficient and viable supplement to mains power continues to grow. For many businesses, it pays to generate power with their own solar PV system and to consume it on site.
The more self-generated power is consumed on site, the higher the profit.

Do some sums with us!

How much do you actually pay for the power required to run your business? Take a look at your electricity bill:
The price per unit of electricity used is only part of the story. Power tax, standing charges, offshore levy, CHP supplement, paragraph 19 levy, concession fee and Renewable Energy Sources Act levy [applicable in Germany] – these levies, taxes and fees represent a large part of your actual electricity costs. If, on the other hand, you generate your power on site by means of a photovoltaic plant, and consume it on site, all these levies, taxes and fees no longer apply.
Take a look at your electricity bill and do the sums.


Benefit from our experience!

Using as much of your generated solar power on site, thereby enjoying greater independence from the grid – that's what makes the future use of solar power economically attractive for businesses. Put another way: A high ratio of consumption on site results in a high level of independence. To achieve
this, BayWa r.e. and the installer will devise the perfect plant for your business.

Every industrial and commercial enterprise has a unique power demand. Power consumption in the various settings, such as large-scale industrial manufacturers, trade enterprises, office buildings, restaurants or supermarkets, exhibits a wide pattern of usage, and not only in the amount of power required. The times at which the power is being consumed is particularly variable. Are the activities limited to weekdays only, or do they include weekends as well? Is power only required during daytime, or also at night? Are power peaks always experienced at the same times? Each business has its own individual load profile.

In collaboration with the installer, BayWa r.e. matches the size of your PV plant – and of course also its power generation curve – to the load profile of your enterprise and the amount of power it needs.
The result can be profitable for any sector and a wide range of load profiles.

Ask us how much of your power demand can be covered economically with solar power. We will be happy to advise you.