Solar energy encouraged by the French government
In one hour of solar energy, it would be possible to cover the energy needs of humanity for a year. This abundant energy is therefore in full development. By 2030, the French government wants renewable energy to represent 40% of French electricity production, compared to 19.1% in 2016. Thus, Systovi is the only French manufacturer of solar solutions for the residential sector and is participating in this transition energetic. “ We manufacture our solar panels in France and we are proud of them. We therefore offer solutions for residential, for industrial or tertiary building roofs, but also niche products suitable for industrialists, ”explains François Guérin, CEO of Systovi.
Clean and economical energy
This solar energy, in addition to being abundant, is clean. In fact, the panels manufactured by Systovi are produced with silicon, the second most common material on the planet. No rare metal is used and the panels are 99% recyclable. In addition, the cost of solar panels has been divided by 10 in 10 years. Today, the cost of a solar kWh is cheaper than a grid kWh. " Solar energy brings together all the assets to be the energy of tomorrow, " adds François Guérin.
Stock-O, to store energy intelligently
For it to be really so, the industrialists of the sector must find solutions to maximize the self-consumption of individuals. And Systovi is working on it, notably with Stock-O. This innovation makes it possible to store the energy accumulated during the day in an intelligent and green way. With the transfer of the overproduction of energy in a water tank, self-consumption is boosted to reach 80%. " We think of individuals by proposing an efficient and economical approach ", concludes François Guérin. To make the homes of tomorrow more ecological and sustainable without breaking the bank, we will have to go through solar solutions designed for self-consumption.
The French government has implemented environmental regulations, which will be active from January 2021, which will force new homes to have a self-generated energy rate, which will further boost the photovoltaic energy market.
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