Is it appropriate to install solar panels in a geographic area with moderate sunlight?

The principle of our panel is to participate fully in the energy autonomy of your home, whatever your geographical position, so that you can produce your own energy free of charge from the sun and no longer suffer the constant increases in energy prices.

It is certain that a solar installation in the North of Europe will produce less than an installation in the South of Europe, as we can see on this map of average annual solar irradiation in kWh/m²/year.

 

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However, a DualSun installation will always contribute to the energy autonomy of your home by optimizing the positioning of your solar panels.

In addition, you always have your backup system to take over when the sun is not enough, especially in winter.

Moreover, we are extremely solicited by countries located in Northern Europe or North America, most of which have been equipped with solar installations for a long time and whose advantages are no longer to be proven. In France, a large proportion of the project applications we receive concern the northern half of France.

 


On our simulator MyDualSun, you will see that a DualSun installation allows you to make your home partly energy self-sufficient.

Simulate your own project


 

Examples of energy simulation

Result on MyDualSun for a 4-person home equipped with:

  • 6 DualSun Spring hybrid panels 
  • 4 photovoltaic panels DualSun Flash

Installed electric power

3,1 kWp

Installed thermal power

2,4 kWth

Average electrical consumption

3304 kWh/year

Average hot water consumption (DHW)

3500 kWh/year

 

City

Annual photovoltaic production (kWhe/year)

Annual hot water production (kWhth/year)

Autonomy

Antwerp

2888

1209

63%

Lille

3023

1252

70%

Brest

3421

1368

60%

Marseille

4676

1822

96%

 

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