Turchi Impianti designs, installs and maintains Photovoltaic Systems with Integrated Accumulators, which temporarily store the energy produced by its plant when such energy is not immediately consumed.
Energy storage systems can be integrated even into existing systems.
We offer the right device for any need you may have. Sufficient megawatts for all types of modules, network connections as well as island grids, small home appliances and commercial systems.
New systems with optimizers maximize energy with minimal limitations
These allow you to maximize energy output all the way up to 25% for residential, commercial and large-scale photovoltaic installations.They also allow for a faster return on investment, reduced maintenance costs through remote performance monitoring, flexibility of system design and optimum use of space. The exclusive SafeDC ™ feature guarantees exceptional safety for installers, maintenance personnel, and firefighters at all times.
The system includes highly efficient single-phase and three-phase inverters (98% maximum efficiency), power optimizers that maximize energy output from each solar module and reduce losses due to shrinkage, dust and aging of modules, and real-time performance monitoring over the Internet or by iPhone.
The term photovoltaic term is composed of the Greek words phos (light) and volt (voltage measurement unit). It therefore involves the transformation of light into electricity that can be used immediately.
Photovoltaic technology allows direct transformation of solar light into electricity.
It uses the so-called photovoltaic effect that is based on the properties of some semiconductor materials (including silicon, a common element found in nature) that, when correctly treated, can generate electricity from solar radiation without the use of any fuel.
The "fuel" of a photovoltaic system is the sun.
The sun provides us with clean energy free and, with photovoltaic technology, part of this can be used to produce electricity.
A photovoltaic plant directly transforms solar energy into electricity without the need for any moving parts. Technology makes use of photovoltaic cells that, when hit by sunlight, cause the movement of electrons inside the material.
Electrons are picked up by a metal grid that "channels" a flow of electrons resulting in electrical energy current.
Thanks to tax deductions a drop in prices, installing a photovoltaic system on the roof of your house is still a good idea, even from an economic point of view. In the modern era of energy, however, photovoltaic systems are always constructed based on consumption.
We are at your disposal to advise you on the right choice, based on your personal needs.
Depending on a number of variables, the time needed to get a return on yourinvestment in Italy is now 7 to 10 years. Once repaid, the net savings, which for a user with a consumption of 4,000 kWh per year may amount to over 700 euros per year, and for someone with lower consumption, 2,700 kWh / year, is then around 450-500 euros per year.
The importance of choosing the right system is vital in order to achieve significant savings on your energy bill.
Let's start with size. When you used to receive your energy bill, once you take into account all the incentives related to the system's energy generation, and with different tariffs depending on the size, we typically saw 3 kWp plants installed for home users. This would fall into the highest bracket, with the potential for more generous incentives.
Now that is no longer the case. The most affordable choice nowadays is to customize the plant based on consumption. It is agreed that the plant does not produce more energy than the consumed one, because the surplus charged on the grid would be paid, but lower than the one paid for kWh products up to consumption. In addition, these revenues would be taxed (according to their tax rate), as surpluses generate revenue that is subject to taxation.
Plant size is often based on the ability to also cover future electrical consumption, including the installation of air conditioners, heat pumps, or induction hobs for cooking.
The affordable of PV is higher for those who consume more electricity. You may therefore want to, at the same time, also install photovoltaic electric heat pumps. This very efficient application, which provide both cooling as well as heat, shifts the consumption of heat from the gas to your electric bill. Quite convenient for those who use solar to produce their own electricity.
Another factor that makes photovoltaic systems so affordable is the maximization of self-consumption, that is, being able to as much as much of the energy produced by the plant as possible directly, without having it pass through the grid.
Energy used directly as opposed to that obtained from the grid is more affordable because it is not subject togrid and system charges, or distribution and marketing fees and costs. These factors contribute almost 60% of the price of the kWh that we buy from the network. It is much better to use solar energy all the time instead of putting it on the grid. We do not consume enough energy during the day, and then at night we have to purchase electricity from the grid. The on-the-spot exchange mechanism, which works like a virtual battery, however reimburses some of the above-mentioned costs in paying for the energy that is not directly consumed but fed into the grid.
The typical self-consumption of an Italian family is in the order of 30-40%. But you can increase this share, and therefore save more thanks to PV, by shifting all those 'managed' electrical appliances, such as dishwashers, washing machines and dryers, to solar. There are also home automation systems capable of coordinating loads with PV plant production. Another solution to using PV power without having to go through the network is to use batteries. Currently, the costs are high and the simple PV system is more advanced than simply one with batteries. You are therefore able to get a return on your investment within an acceptable period of time.