Photovoltaic self-consumption for energy management

of your solar energy

Usethe energy that you generate!

By installing solar panels, you can generate your own local and renewable energy. However, the best way to save money is to actually use this energy yourself. Unfortunately, with solar panels, the most energy is typically generated when we are consuming the least electricity: during the day when the sun is shining and no-one is home.

This is where storage batteries come in, optimising production and consumption between day and night. Paired with micro-inverters, the batteries are able to store all the energy that is not consumed during the photovoltaic generation period, allowing you to consume this clean and free energy when the sun is no longer shining.

Heating powered by self-consumption
Heating not powered by self-consumption

Achieve 100% self-consumption

During the day, the battery stores the solar electricity that is generated but not consumed immediately. As soon as the panels are no longer producing energy, the electricity stored in the batteries is prioritised by the energy management system in order to supply all the electrical needs of the home or building.

An unique and unprecedented approach to self-consumption

Invisible battery installation photovoltaic self-consumption

An invisible and space-saving storage battery integrated into an electric radiator,

Invisible battery installation photovoltaic self-consumption

Easy installation, maintenance and use, accessible to all users,

Photovoltaic-self-consumption lighting management

A management system that optimises the storage and consumption of solar energy as much as possible all year round,

Photovoltaic-self-consumption monitoring via apps

Easy monitoring of photovoltaic generation and consumption thanks to the myLANCEY apps.

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