As a specialist in solar self-consumption, Alaska Energies offers its customers innovative, competitive equipment for generating and consuming photovoltaic electricity locally.
For Alaska Energies, community self-consumption goes hand-in-hand with intelligent connected energy management, which can include thermal storage, where the water heater acts as a battery, storing the photovoltaic energy produced during the day. With inertia, the water heater can be used in the evening to provide domestic hot water for the building.
A solar self-consumption installation accompanied by an energy management system can achieve savings of up to 70% on residential electricity bills.
Home automation is now becoming accessible to everyone, increasing energy performance in the home.
Heating management is eligible for financial support in France through the energy transition tax credit (CITE), amounting to 30%.