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Solar energy systems with a NET Metering system reduce the electricity bill, or deliver it to zero, by exchanging the energy produced by the solar system during the day with the energy drawn from the national electricity grid through a government counter (the exchange meter) in a two-way direction.
Administration & commercial buildings electricity bill represents one of major elements operation cost and providing part or all of the bill enhances the sustainability of the firm plans with independence from the electricity value input.
To ensure that our plants operate efficiently throughout their 25-year life span, IAREEE installs the best world-class components to ensure productivity and is installed by trained and certified engineers locally and regionally. The reference of the contract and the delivery is not only according to the brands of the components used, but extends to the delivery of the energy productivity expected to be produced, and the contract is written with a minimum contract of 3% + without incurring the customer any additional expenses to achieve the agreed productivity.
All our contracting is a turnkey system, starting from contracting through processing the technical file, design, supply, installation, commissioning and system tests, and all government procedures until the meter installation.
Since the Renewable Energy Law was approved by the Electricity Utility and Consumer Protection Regulatory Authority, it has become possible for any national electric subscriber to install an SOLAR plant and connect it to the electricity grid so that it produces part of - or all - of his electricity needs monthly.
The system consists of two main parts; first, Photovoltaic solar panels which depend on the direct sunlight and are affected by weather conditions - such as clouds and dust - as well as temperatures and seasons. These cells are connected to an “inverter” , whose task is to convert the direct current (DC) into alternating electric current (AC) and syncronize ouput with the national grid . The latter is the connection point with the national grid.
It is necessary to take into account the net available surface area on the roof of the facility because it determines the maximum size of the plant, however IAREEE has experience in exploiting all available spaces and even creating new areas, and that is the site inspection
The solar inverter converts the generated electricity into three-phase electricity and pumps it into the electrical grid of the house in conjunction with the national grid. The house covers its electricity needs from solar energy during the day first, and the surplus is pumped to the national grid through a bi-directional meter specially installed for solar system to calculate what was withdrawn from the national grid and what was pumped to it during the day.
A digital meter has been installed capable of calculating the "net use" so that the current coming from the power grid and the current generated from the surplus output of the solar system and then the net is due for payment, for example; If the subscriber consumes 1100 kilowatt hours per month - which is the measurement unit approved in the electricity company tariff, and installs a system that produces 1000 kilowatt hours per month, the net measurement can be clarified as follows: p>
Monthly consumption: 1100 kWh p>
SOLAR Plant monthly production = 1000 kWh p>
consumption from production(NET) 1100 - 1000 = 100 kWh p>
Consumption surplus withdrawn from the national grid (during the month) = 100 kWh, which is what the value of the new bill is calculated on.
The connection to the national grid allows the exchange of locally generated electricity and achieves common benefits, as the consumer greatly reduces his dependence on the prices of grid electrification, which increase annually by a large percentage according to the World Bank agreements signed by the government, which obligate it to gradually and completely raise the subsidy, which affects the «return On investment »which depends on several factors, including the size of the plant used compared to the subscriber’s monthly consumption rate and the actual consumption pattern. In the previous example, the user could achieve a monthly savings from the tariff difference and the "net use" account might exceed 90% of his total bills throughout the year. Thus, a "return on investment" can be expected within four years.
As for the electricity company, it comes from reducing the loads on the grid and reducing the volume of investments to keep pace with the growth of consumption.