Self-consume your own solar electricity
It is now possible and it is now simple to produce your own solar electricity by installing a self-consumption photovoltaic system with batteries.
Aim for energy independence
By acquiring an IMEON hybrid inverter for self-consumption, you reduce your energy dependency on the conventional suppliers of electricity.
IMEON reinvents the solar inverter!
IMEON ENERGY, the leading manufacturer of hybrid solar inverters integrating Artificial Intelligence.
Available in more than 70 countries
From Paris to Sydney, from Oslo to Johannesburg, from Tahiti to Casablanca, Imeon provides you with energy.
Why solar energy?
One kWh of solar electricity is cheaper than the one sold by conventional electricity providers. This competitiveness of the solar kWh is a consequence of the increase of the conventional electricity prices and the decrease of the photovoltaic installations costs.
With a self-consumption solar system with storage and an IMEON hybrid inverter, the user saves a lot of money on his electricity bill. Once the components are acquired, the user benefits from free electricity generated by a resource without limit - the solar energy.
Continously rising prices of electricity, depletion of fossil fuels, lower cost of photovoltaic systems with batteries, grid parity; all elements are now together to set the course for positive energy and to equip your household with a solar system for self-consumption.
Why choose IMEON hybrid inverter?
IMEON hybrid inverters are more efficient, more flexible, more connected, smarter and more evolutionary. IMEON is probably the most powerful hybrid inverter on the market.
IMEON Hybrid inverter’s operation
IMEON stores excess solar energy in batteries for use at night or during power outages.
IMEON solar hybrid Inverters are a concentration of technology and innovation that simultaneously manage multiple energy sources and mitigate the fluctuation and intermittency of solar energy.
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