Contributing to the energy transition with economic profitability and the security of grid support

Integrating renewable energies into electrical installations that are already fed into the grid results in significant economic savings and environmental benefits, with the assurance that grid support is always available.

In this way, consumers use energy that they produce themselves, thus reducing consumption from the grid. This leads to savings on electricity bills and also to a reduction in emissions, as the renewable energy produced on site is cleaner than that of the energy mix. This also allows the contracted power from the grid to be reduced, which also leads to savings on the bill.

In addition to these savings by producing and consuming your own energy, you can also achieve other extra savings if you decide to compensate the surplus energy by obtaining an economic consideration for the surplus injected into the grid, or by selling the energy produced directly.

Modalities of grid-connected renewable energy


How we can help you

The appropriate design of any installation has to include multiple factors: what is the economically ideal number of photovoltaic panels to install; where they are located, taking into account technical and aesthetic criteria; whether or not to incorporate battery storage; the control and monitoring system, etc.

At Intergia we study each case and, using advanced software, we offer our clients an optimal design, including cost forecasts and amortisation of the installation.

Here are the steps to follow:

  • 1

    Initial study: From a recent electricity bill we can determine the feasibility of installing PV and how much power. With this, we can present an initial budget estimate.

  • 2

    Initial visit: we carry out an initial visit to the facilities to gather the necessary information for the design of the installation and its assembly.

  • 3

    Installation design: our engineers design the optimal installation according to the customer’s needs and the characteristics of the location. They use specialised software for this purpose.

  • 4

    Assembly: once the design is ready and the final budget has been approved, the installation is assembled by our trusted fitters, ensuring maximum quality and safety.

  • 5

    Start-up: the last step is to “hit the ON button” and make everything work.

We also offer maintenance services, to ensure that the installation fulfils its useful lifetime to the maximum and in the best operating conditions.

Examples of completed projects