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Vdub_nl from the Netherlands
#1
Hi there,

Iam Matthijs, 38years old and from the Netherlands.
Have 12 Solarpanels installed on my roof for 4 years now. Want to save the daypower for the night to get rid of the Electricitybills...

Regards,
Matthijs
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#2
An other Dutchie.
Be careful in our country, don't go to zero.
It's also not allowed to let yourself disconnected from the grid.

Have fun
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(07-06-2019, 05:35 PM)100kwh-hunter Wrote: An other Dutchie.
Be careful in our country, don't go to zero.
It's also not allowed to let yourself disconnected from the grid.

Have fun

Not allow to disconnect? How can that be?
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#4
Because you are connected so you must pay for the grid and the connection.
Changing a electric company is possible, but you must have one.
Changing grid is not possible.
Even if you don't pay those bills, and you can pay, you must pay for maintenance, and that they connected you.
Paying for a cable that is for 50 years in the ground.

If you buy 1 kwh you pay 23 cent, if you sell you get 9 cent back.

If you use 10kwh a day, you must deliver in 10 hours of sun almost 30kwh, to go to zero use.
But you use the grid, so a array for 5kwh on the roof.
To get your BILL to zero, not you re meter(dutchies will understand, so called "saldering")

But if you sell, you have a company, so income tax...
If you manage to get disconnected somehow, you must pay tax on the energy that you harvested yourself.
Battery's....we have laws for it, not more than two pb/acid or agm or....., li ion law is coming(read restrictment).
Dont get me started about biodiesel, ground/rainwater, grow your own food, animals ect.

ps with a EV its obligated that you have a separate connection, don't charge from youre house.
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