Solar panel – Casa Para Todos (Home For Everyone)
The electricity bill in Brazil, during the period from 2014 to 2017, accumulated a 31.5% increase and, according to estimates, it could accumulate a 44% increase by the end of 2018.
There are a number of factors that contribute to the increase in electric utility bill tariff. One of them is the rainfall. If in a given year it rains less, consequently the dams of the big hydropower plants will have less reserves and the government will have to increase the quota of electricity from the thermoelectric plants.
The average consumption of electric energy in Brazilian homes is 157 KWh. This translated means that, on average, Brazilian families commit 17% of a minimum wage with only the electricity bill.
Solar Energy Module – connected to the power grid
The good news is that anyone, as long as he incurs in the Ministry of Finance with a cpf or a cnpj, can be an autoprodutor of electric power, provided that through renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly. The rules were defined by ANEEL (National Agency for Electric Energy) in Normative Resolution No. 482, of April 17, 2012 and later updated by Normative Resolution No. 687, of 2015.
Among the sources of renewable energies (in Brazil), the most accessible and inexhaustible is the sun.
What is more interesting is that it is now possible to connect solar energy directly to the conventional electricity grid, providing the grid with excess production at peak hours. In times when the solar module is not producing enough energy for your consumption, you “recover” from the surplus you supplied to the electricity grid. In this way, the residence never runs out of electricity.
Best of all, the conventional electricity grid works as if it were an accumulator of electricity (battery), which credits energy when you overproduce, and then returns that credit when your production falls, as a result of less solar incidence. The great advantage is that it does not have the cost of acquiring and maintaining batteries.
The Casa Para Todos (Home For Everyone) project finances 100% of the value of the Solar Energy Module.
You will not need to give any input. You will only pay a small monthly fee and bid goodbye to energy bills.
*Modules starting at R$7.552,62 (seven thousand, five hundred and fifty-two reais and sixty-two cents).
SOLAR ENERGY MODULE CONFIGURATION
From R$7.552,62 to R$11.551,07
Cumulative total economy in 30 years
EQUIVALENT TO 224.130 KM OF ELECTRIC CAR
Reduction of CO2 in the atmosphere
24.579 kg CO2
Equivalent to planted trees
Equivalent to KM driven by electric car
Number of Modules
Estimated annual production