Network photovoltaic systems
NETWORK PHOTOVOLTAIC or WIND SYSTEMS convert the DC power generated by photovoltaic panels or wind turbines into AC, with Installation using mains inverters, and transmit it to the existing electrical grid.
Grid systems differ from stand-alone systems in that they lack rechargeable batteries to store the electricity produced (the grid performs this function). Another feature of network systems is their inability to operate without the presence of alternating voltage (single-phase or three-phase) at their output.
The availability of preferential prices for electricity produced by photovoltaic power plants makes them investment instruments and the most common type of photovoltaic systems in the world. Currently, electricity produced from roofing photovoltaic systems with a capacity of ≤30 kWp is purchased at a price of about BGN 220 / MWh without VAT.
VERSOLEY Ltd. has a certified and trained in Germany team for design and construction of PV, wind and combined PV / Thermal systems with power up to 30 kW.