Becoming an electricity producer is possible!

Would you like to produce electricity for your own consumption or for resale? Here’s how to do it!

Between rising prices, climate change and the emergence of renewable energies, many of you are wondering about the possibility of producing your own electricity. By installing photovoltaic solar panels on your home (roof, carport, etc.), you can consume your own electricity or secure additional income by selling your production.

Self-consumption

Discover how to become a prosumer by opting for self-consumption when installing your photovoltaic plant.

Full grid feed-in

Feeding the electricity you produce into the grid allows you to make your installation profitable and earn an income.

The steps to become an electricity producer:

Your options

Self-consumption: using the energy you produce

Discover how to become a prosumer by opting for self-consumption when installing your photovoltaic plant.

Feed your produced electricity into the grid

Feeding the electricity you produce into the grid allows you to make your installation profitable and earn an income.

New customer?

You are not yet an NordEnergie customer but you would like to take out a contract? Follow this link.

Already a customer?

Are you already an NordEnergie customer? Take all the necessary steps in your customer area.

New customer?

You are not yet an NordEnergie customer but you would like to take out a contract? Follow this link.

Already a customer?

Are you already an NordEnergie customer? Take all the necessary steps in your customer area.

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How can I find out about my consumption?

If you have a my.enovos.lu account, you can consult the evolution and details of your consumption at any time by going to the “Consumption” tab of the customer portal.

If you do not have an account and you receive your bills in paper format, you will find information on your consumption on the second page, and on the third page the historical evolution of your consumption. This trend is also shown on the statement of account that you receive in paper format once a year.