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Carlos V School. Batteries and Photovoltaic Roof System

This photovoltaic system at the Carlos V School in Águilas (Murcia) is a pioneering benchmark project because it combines self-consumption and batteries.

The project goes one step further in the commitment to innovation with a system that is made up of 114 solar panels and 4 inverters, with a total of 47. 88 kWp of power. Furthermore, it incorporates 18 batteries with 90 kWh.

By opting for the energy storage systems this school has gained efficiency and savings. The school is no longer dependent on the grid during teaching hours because it uses the energy produced by the solar panels in the middle of the day. Moreover, the batteries are charged with the surplus energy from the sun, which is topped up with the energy from the grid in the time slots when the electricity is the cheapest.


The Carlos V School will save more than 8.800 euros a year on its electricity bill with this system. It will also stop emitting 40.48 tons of CO2 a year.

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