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How to install a balcony power plant?

In this article you will learn how to install a balcony power station on your balcony. Learn what requirements are necessary for this and how to carry out the installation step by step. Discover what tools and materials you need and how to ensure your balcony power station is working properly.

As experts in the field of balcony power plants , we know that many people are looking for a way to reduce their energy costs and reduce their carbon footprint. An option that is gaining popularity is the installation of a balcony power plant. In this article, we're going to show you everything you need to know about installing a balcony power plant, including the steps you need to take to install a balcony power plant, the equipment you need , and some tips to ensure you get the most out of your Get out balcony power plant.

What is a balcony power plant?

A balcony power station is a small solar power station that is installed on a balcony or terrace. It consists of a photovoltaic (PV) system and an inverter that converts the generated direct current energy into alternating current to be fed into the electricity grid or consumed itself. Balcony power plants are a great way to generate eco-friendly solar energy and save money.

Steps to install a balcony power plant

  1. Site Determination: You need to ensure that your balcony or patio receives sufficient sunlight to ensure adequate power generation. You should also check the load capacity of your balcony or patio to make sure it can bear the weight of the balcony power station.

    Optimizing the location is easier if, for example, you use the BalkonPV yield forecast app on your smartphone to set the orientation angle and inclination.

  2. Choice of equipment: You need a photovoltaic system and an inverter. Make sure that the size and performance of the system meets the needs of your household.

    For a 2+ person household, this usually corresponds to a balcony power plant with an annual yield of 575 kWh . In a single household, a small system with just one module is ideal.

  3. Assembly: The installation of the balcony power plant can usually be carried out with a little manual skill; studying the assembly options is helpful here. An electrician can connect the inverter to the mains if you need help with this.

  4. Registration with the network operator and entry in the market master data register is currently required. We have provided instructions for this .

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