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TURN YOUR CONSUMPTION INTO A PROFIT OPPORTUNITY

Would you like to receive an incentive for your energy consumption?

Want to join an Energy Community?

We take care of everything

FlexyGrid allows you to smartly manage your energy resources, monitoring consumption and lowering costs. Our platform collects and processes the data of your devices through Artificial Intelligence, offering you a summary of your energy profile and helping you effectively manage your consumption.

What is an Energy Community (REC)?

A Renewable Energy Community (REC) is made up of groups of people (private, public and corporate) who have the opportunity to:

  • Consume renewable energy, reducing its environmental impact
  • Reduce the cost of bills
  • Halving the return on investment in photovoltaic panels
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What is an Energy Community (REC)?

A Renewable Energy Community (REC) is made up of groups of people (private, public and corporate) who have the opportunity to:

  • Consume renewable energy, reducing its environmental impact
  • Reduce the cost of bills
  • Halving the return on investment in photovoltaic panels
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Who can join a REC

Individuals, SMEs and local authorities may participate.

The main objective is to provide environmental, economic or social benefits at community level to its members or to the local areas in which it operates.

Who can join a REC

Individuals, SMEs and local authorities may participate.

The main objective is to provide environmental, economic or social benefits at community level to its members or to the local areas in which it operates.

How does the setup work?

The setup of an Energy Community includes 3 phases:

1) Start-up: this phase involves the preliminary and definitive planning and the constitution of the REC according to the fulfillments previewed from the GSE and finishes with the installation of the systems

2) Management: this phase includes both the maintenance of the facilities and the administrative management and the economic control on the value generated by the REC/AUC and on the redistribution of the incentive to the community

3) Optimization: this phase includes the active management of the community to maximize the shared energy and therefore the economic benefit through: the stimulus of the participants to consumption behaviours consistent with the production, the installation of batteries, the establishment of systems for redistribution and intelligent use of loads

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Advantages of our platform

- The Energy Community’s 360º digital management platform based on advanced technologies

- Many years of experience in the sale of energy, energy efficiency and renewable installations

- Transparency: the community is managed responsibly, efficiently in the interests of its members

- Sustainability: the transition to green energy and energy communities is the only possible way to achieve the satisfaction of the world’s energy needs with a view to saving and reducing environmental impact

- Sharing: the benefits of the energy community are shared according to a principle of mutuality

Advantages of our platform

- The Energy Community’s 360º digital management platform based on advanced technologies

- Many years of experience in the sale of energy, energy efficiency and renewable installations

- Transparency: the community is managed responsibly, efficiently in the interests of its members

- Sustainability: the transition to green energy and energy communities is the only possible way to achieve the satisfaction of the world’s energy needs with a view to saving and reducing environmental impact

- Sharing: the benefits of the energy community are shared according to a principle of mutuality


Okay, but... what do I do?

Don't worry about it!

FlexyGrid makes everything easier, we think about the design and implementation of the Energy Community, until the next management.

FlexyGrid takes care of all operational aspects:

Setup of the Energy Community

- Technical and economic feasibility study

- Identification and activation of the REC (GSE reports, Distributor, administrative legal steps, etc.)

- Design and construction of photovoltaic renewable energy plant

Management and optimization

FlexyGrid platform installation and activation for :

- Flow, production and consumption monitoring

- Management and optimization of energy flows between users

- Billing management, calculation and remuneration of incentives

Administrative services

- Economic and administrative management of the REC

- Accounting and invoicing

- Legal community management services

Other services

- Technical Assistance and After-sales Services (e.g. Plant Maintenance)

- Insurance

- Services and advice on energy efficiency (e.g. Superbonus, construction, etc.)

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FAQ

What are the Energy Communities

The Energy Community, or Renewable Energy Community (REC), is a legal entity that is based on the open and voluntary participation of individual members (citizens, businesses, local public administrations or small and medium-sized enterprises) which decide to join forces by providing one or more shared plants for the production and self-consumption of energy from renewable sources.

Energy Communities goals

The main objective is to provide environmental, economic or social benefits at community level and are an important step on the road to energy transition.

What the RED II Directive provides

The transposition of the EU Directive 2018/2001 RED2, (with the "RED II Directive", and more precisely the D. Lgs. 8th November 2021, n. 19), provides Local Administrators, Businesses and Citizens a new tool to promote energy development, economic and social of the territory: "Renewable Energy Communities" (Resolution 318/2020/R/EEL of the Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment).

Who can join?

Individuals, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), local authorities, municipalities, research and training institutions, religious institutions, third sector entities, associations can join and form an energy community.

Everyone is a member or shareholder, is a final customer owner of a utility, an energy bill and a POD code.

For private companies, participation in the energy community should not be the main commercial and/or industrial activity. All members of the renewable energy community must be connected to connection points located on electricity networks underlying the same primary cabin.

The plant

The Energy Community feeds the users of its members through one or more renewable energy production plants, installed near the same users that depend on its/their operation.

Installations may be new or existing, upgraded or adapted, owned by one or more members of the energy community or third parties. It is essential, however, that the energy community has the full availability of use and control of the same.

Renewable installations established before 15 December 2021 may be included provided that they do not exceed 30% of the total power of the energy community.

Benefits
  • Tax deductions: on photovoltaic systems equal to 50% of the costs incurred, up to a maximum of 96,000€.
  • Superbonus: on the first 20kw of the plant is applied a deduction of 110%.
  • Award on shared energy: shared energy is awarded by the GSE for 20 years with 110€ per MWh.
  • Valorization energy fed into the grid: that can be sold to the GSE at market prices.
Restrictions

With the current regulatory framework all Utilities (Consumers) and Producers (Plants), to enter the same Energy Community, must be connected to the same Transformer Cabin Medium Voltage/ Low Voltage (MT/ BT).

With the RED II Decree, in force since 15 December 2021, the perimeter of the Energy Community is extended to utilities connected to the same Primary High Voltage/ Medium Voltage (AT/ MT).

Plants powered by renewable sources, must be newly built, and can have a power, for each individual plant, not exceeding 200 kwp - with the previous regulatory framework - and not exceeding 1 mwp, with the new regulatory framework

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