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Any excesses are stored for 12 months, a perfect solution for holiday homeowners.
The Ecocorp Solar new virtual battery service offers you an opportunity to optimise your investment in solar panels.
Being ‘virtual’, they're also a massive step towards complete environmentally-friendly ‘green’ energy production.
Solar panel production is very rarely in-step with the electricity consumption of most households. As a result, circa 30% of the solar panels' productivity in any given year goes unused.
To address this - and also minimise electricity charges - customers have historically sought options to feed back or have invested in a physical battery storage system.
Ecocorp Solar's new virtual battery service finally provides an holistic, more cost-effective solution!
Using cloud-based technology, your unused solar panel production is stored.
This gives you the unprecedented opportunity to use 100% of the production from your solar panels, without physical batteries.
The stored energy can then be drawn down at a time to suit you. For example, this might be on overcast days, periods of high electric consumption, at night or during those seasons when the solar production is less due to a combination of the shorter days and the sun being ‘lower on the horizon’.
Ecocorp Solar, in conjunction with our specialist Spanish ‘Super Engineer’ partner can, if you choose, deal with all of the necessary technical and required administrative paperwork.
Get 100% from panels
Reduced electricity bills
Benefit from drawing down stored energy at a time that best suits you.
Cutting-edge tech means your unused solar panel production is stored.
Use your stored energy to reduce your electricity bills.
Ecocorp Solar’s innovative new virtual battery solution means the energy you’ve stored can be drawn down at a time to suit you. This might be on overcast days, periods of high electricity consumption, at night or during those seasons when the solar production is less due to a combination of shorter daylight hours and the sun being ‘lower on the horizon’, for instance.