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Why Choose Us?

Solar in Spain was created in 1999.  We have a strong combination of experience and knowledge (MSc in renewable Energy) in the sector and a long history of business management.  Since 1999 we have worked for over 3,000 happy customers. We are totally dedicated to renewable energy and we work with nothing else! As a result of our specialisation, we are able to offer you guidance and support to ensure you obtain the maximum benefits that solar energy has to offer. We also offer you a lifetime single point of contact and accountability.

What is Right for You

We know that every client has different energy requirements. That is why each project is individually designed to meet your needs. We will discuss with you in detail your current energy situation and your expectations.  Then, using the latest design software, we will provide you with the best solution given your location and energy requirements. Rest assured we have the right solution for you.

Quality service & Installations

Highly trained and experienced installers are at the heart of our service. We ensure maximum efficiency and longevity of the systems installed. We understand that our solar energy systems, when installed professionally, will transform the way in which energy is supplied to your property.



Why should we use solar energy?

Renewable and Sustainable: Solar energy is a renewable source of energy which means we will not run out of it. Unlike fossil fuels, that will expire in another few decades, solar energy is never going to expire. We will continue to get solar energy as long as the sun is there.

Clean Energy Source: No contamination. That means, once your solar panels are installed, they will not damage the atmosphere; this is a huge benefit compared to other energy sources.

Reduce Electricity Bills: The use of solar energy allows you to power your property for free rather than paying for electricity from your utility company. You can also sell surplus solar electricity to the utility company to further reduce your electricity bill.

Low Maintenance: Modern, quality solar panels require very little maintenance as they do not involve any moving parts and a life expectancy of over 25 years.


FROM THE BLOG

Our Latest News

Coming Back Brighter ☀️

Unlikely as it sounds, we found some positive news this week! 


It may have escaped your attention buried in amongst Coronavirus content in recent weeks, but the Spanish government has approved the preliminary text for the Climate Change Law.
The legislation states that Spain will be CO2 emission neutral by 2050, which is to be achieved by increases in the use of renewable ...

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Why rooftop solar PV installations are now a preferred choice

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It doesn't take a genius to understand how important it is to shift to sustainable energy sources instead of continuing to rely on non-viable ones. One of the first and foremost advantages offered by rooftop solar is that it is economical: A number of surveys have been conducted that revealed that the price rates for rooftop solar when compared to commercial an...

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Spain's renewables share hits 50% in March

April 2 (Renewables Now) - Renewables generated 50% of Spain’s electricity in March and 44.7% in the first three months of the year, according to the latest estimates provided by Spanish grid operator Red Electrica de Espana (REE).

Spain has been under a stay-at-home lockdown since March 15 after a state of emergency had to be declared to curb the spread of the coronavirus infections....

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Coronavirus Operations Update - We are here for you.

style="margin-bottom: 6px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">How is everyone coping as we complete the first week of lockdown here in Spain? The SIS team would firstly like to join in with the thanks to those on the frontline in the battle against Covid-19 Coronavirus - from health workers to supermarket staff.

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Coronavirus Operations

While we'll take the opportunity to tell you that we're here as normal for your enquiries, this brief post is more to wish everyone affected by the #coronavirus outbreak well. Our thoughts are with any families involved and with those businesses that have been required to close from midnight  Friday 13th for at least 15 days.


Stay safe and protect yourself and others. <...

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SAVE up to €300 per month on heating bills

SAVE up to €300 per month on heating bills

Imagine helping the environment, having a warm and toasty home and saving a fortune on your heating bills! We have been inundated with Biomass heating installations over the past month. And it's easy to understand why... An average household heating a typical 200 sq metre home is averaging heating costs of €450 per month. Compare that wi...

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From The 'Sun Tax' To The Promotion Of Collective Self-Consumption

A few weeks before the general elections, the Spanish Government approved on Friday 5 a Royal Decree that regulates the new conditions for self-consumption of electricity, which encourage collective self-consumption and establishes a simplified mechanism for compensation of self-produced and unconsumed energy. The new energy regulation has put an end to the so-called 'sun tax' introduced...

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Solar Energy vs Conventional Energy

In the past you may have considered investing in solar energy but decided against it because you thought it was was too expensive or because of stories of ridiculous solar taxes here in Spain. Now, in 2019 more than any year previously solar energy really is a great investment. 

You are probably wondering what is the difference between the conventional electricity you currently have and...

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Spain sets out plan for 100% renewable electricity by 2050

It's time to turn solar...Spain has set out plans to switch entirely to renewable electricity by 2050, with goals that go further than current European Union plans.

Under the new strategy, greenhouse gas emissions from Spain would be cut by 90 per cent compared to 1990 levels by the middle of the century. The nation intends to invest massively in wind and solar power over the next decade, wh...

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Farewell to Spain’s solar tax

Solar sun tax in Spain has now been abolished which will ultimately boost the country’s energy transition. The Spanish Cabinet has approved a royal decree, which introduces a package of urgent measures to boost the country’s energy transition. It includes the already announced elimination of the “sun tax”, as well as, Compliance with renewable energy objectives, electric vehicle adoption, ...

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