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Solar energy: investing R$100.000 in a plant, what will be the return? Is it still worth it or is it a scam? Find out everything here!

Written by Roberta Souza
Published 18/06/2024 às 21:48
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Find out if investments in solar energy are good and if they can bring you profits in the long term

In the current scenario of search for economy and sustainability, solar energy is emerging as an increasingly viable option. With the possibility of significantly reduce your electricity bill and contribute to the environment, Photovoltaic panels have become a popular choice among consumers, according to the video on the Planarq Campos channel.

Savings on your electricity bill

One of the main attractions of investing in solar energy is the savings that can provide. By installing photovoltaic panels in your home, you can practically eliminate your electricity bill, paying only the minimum concessionary fee. In some cases, it is even possible generate energy credits which can be used in other properties of the same ownership.

Is it worth the investment or not, after all?

How does solar energy work?

Photovoltaic panels are made up of photovoltaic cells that convert sunlight into electricity. This electricity is then sent to an inverter, which converts it into alternating current, ready for use in your home. The system can be connected to the utility's electrical grid (on-grid) or operate independently (off-grid), using batteries to store energy.

Pros and cons of solar energy

Solar energy has several advantages, such as significant reduction in electricity bills, long useful life of the panels (around 25 years) and increased property value. On the other hand, the initial cost can be high and the efficiency of the system can be affected by shading or inappropriate location.

Before installing a solar energy system, it is important to evaluate the available roof space, energy demand of the residence and solar incidence in the region. Furthermore, it is essential to hire a specialized company to carry out the design and installation correctly.

Investing in photovoltaic solar energy: what is the monthly financial return?

For example, by investing 100 thousand reais in photovoltaic energy, this investment amount makes it possible to build a 30 kWp (kilowatt-peak) plant, which is equivalent to generate enough energy to cover monthly consumption of approximately four thousand kWh (kilowatt-hour).

An investment of this magnitude can meet the energy demands of small commercial establishments, such as bakeries, grocery stores and butchers. With an average monthly consumption of four thousand kWh, The cost of this energy varies between 6 thousand and 8 thousand reais per month.

Caution: Investment depends on several factors

The decision between building your own plant or renting equipment depends on the consumer's profile. For those with high consumption, the average monthly return when renting equipment is 6 thousand to 8 thousand reais. For those who intend to rent the plant, the average monthly return is around 6 thousand reais.
It is important to highlight that these values ​​are based on a 30 kWp plant, which can be assembled with a investment of 100 thousand reais.

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Roberta Souza

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