Photovoltaic systems convert light energy into electrical energy. Sunrays hit the solar cells and are converted into electrical energy in the form of direct current. An inverter converts the direct current into alternating current, since only alternating current flows in the domestic grid as well as in the public power grid.
If more electricity is generated than is currently required, the surplus is temporarily stored in the storage system and only released when the photovoltaic system is no longer able to cover the electricity demand. In this way your electricity consumption is permanently reduced and at the same time the degree of self-sufficiency is increased.
The associated Home Manager monitors all energy flows in the household, automatically identifies potential savings and enables efficient energy use throughout the entire household combined with user-friendly visualization.
The photovoltaic system is the most sustainable and environmentally friendly way of generating electricity, even reducing your own CO2 emissions. The sun is available as an inexhaustible source of energy, and all for free. It is the alternative to the rising electricity prices in the coming years. Besides, the power generation is noiseless, the PV system is low-maintenance and can be supplemented as required due to its modular design.
At HUF HAUS we offer you an efficient photovoltaic system. Depending on your requirements, various types of modules are available. A photovoltaic system consists of several individual components. These include photovoltaic modules, inverters, energy meters and, on request, a battery storage unit. The installation requires a high degree of knowledge and craftsmanship. We ensure perfect roof integration and that long-term and safe functioning is guaranteed.
In case of a subsequent installation on the existing roof, the roof covering must be free of damage. In addition, the roof covering should have a remaining service life of at least 20 years, the average service life of a PV system. The appearance of the roof changes with the on-roof solution.
In case of a subsequent installation in the existing roof, the roof covering must first be removed. If necessary, the substructure must be adapted and partially supplemented. The appearance of the roof will change only slightly due to the similarity between solar cell and roof covering.