These Particular Conditions for Self-consumption are intended to make available to the Customer the economic conditions for the simplified compensation mechanism described in Royal Decree 244/2019 for supply points with tariffs of access 2.0TD and 3.0TD. For the rest of the stipulations not specified in the following conditions, it will be governed based on the General Contract Conditions.
2.1. This Contract will be governed by the stipulations contained therein and must comply at all times with the requirements and documentary requirements required by current regulations. Also, its special conditions for billing, supply and measurement They will be governed by the provisions of the Annex and RD 900/2015 and 244/2019 as well as other applicable regulations.
2.2. The user must benefit from the simplified compensation mechanism defined in the Royal Decree 244/2019 of April 5, which rewards the self-consumer who integrates his energy generated and not consumed in the network, not being able to combine the types or modalities of Self-consumption in the same period of time.
3.1. The Client, with the help of LUMISA, will be responsible for obtaining the necessary permits and approvals from the pertinent authorities prior to the PV Installation including the pertinent verification of the restrictions or limitations derived from the Plan General of Urban Planning, municipal ordinances, historical heritage, construction permits, electricity supply and connection agreements with the owner of the local network, and, where appropriate and if permitted, agreements for the sale of surplus electricity with the supplier of Customer's electricity.
4.1. The price offered by LUMISA in the Contract will be the final price of the Self-consumption System (hereinafter,“Photovoltaic Installation”), provided that the information regarding the Customer's supply is correct. Yes the information provided by the Customer is erroneous or misleading, Lumisa will have the right to adjust prices or suspend the project without assuming any responsibility towards the Customer. The cancellation by the client before these errors will entail the payment of the cancellation fee. The increase in costs derived from erroneous information regarding the technical conditions of the Client's property provided by the Client will be fully billed to the Client. If the Customer provides wrong information, the PV Installation will be re-quoted and completed.
4.2. The prices and rates include the installation of the complete photovoltaic installation, including all materials, labor and commissioning of the service, unless otherwise specified in the contract. Prices do not include costs related to the local requirements of the owners of the public network, in accordance with current regulations, as well as the construction permit costs that each municipality may require for installation.
4.3. LUMISA may require that the installation be paid in part or in full before it starts. Customers with financing must inform LUMISA in the event that said financing is rejected.
5.1. Basic Plan. Contracting the Basic Plan offers customers the installation of TrinaSolar TallMax 450W solar panels, with installation guarantees, the panels, the investor and structure. It also includes the legalization of the installation, which depending on the location and type may include access and connection permission, prior administrative and construction authorization, environmental and public utility authorization, end of work certificate, exploitation authorization, and any that may be required by the Distributor or the Administration and the start-up of the installation. In addition, we offer our clients the free configuration of the SOLAR FUSION APP to control production and consumption in real time. The basic plan does not include the communication of the work or the processing of the IBI bonus.
5.2. Stantard Plan. Contracting the Standard Plan offers customers the installation of TrinaSolar TallMax 450W solar panels, with installation guarantees, panels, investor and structure. It also includes the communication of the work, the legalization of the installation, which depending on the location and the type may include the access and connection permit, prior administrative and construction authorization, environmental and public utility authorization, certificate of end of work. , operating authorization, and any that may be required by the Distributor or the Administration and the start-up of the installation. In addition, we offer our clients the free configuration of the SOLAR FUSION APP to control production and consumption in real time. The Standard plan does not include the processing of the IBI bonus.
5.3. Premium Plan. Hiring the Premium Plan offers customers the installation of TrinaSolar TallMax 450W solar panels, with installation guarantees, panels, investor and structure. It also includes the communication of the work, the legalization of the installation, which depending on the location and the type may include the access and connection permit, prior administrative and construction authorization, environmental and public utility authorization, certificate of end of work. , exploitation authorization, and any that may be required by the Distributor or the Administration, the start-up of the installation and the processing of the IBI bonus. In addition, we offer our clients the free configuration of the SOLAR FUSION APP to control production and consumption in real time.
6.1. LUMISA through the entity Caixabank Payments & Consumer, EFC, EP, SAU and subject to its authorization, facilitates the payment of the cost of the installation and equipment (minimum amount € 250 and a maximum of € 30,000) for self-consumption photovoltaic installations. Caixabank Pagos y Consumidor offers two available rates: Interest-free rate, maximum financing of 20 months, TIN 0%, APR 11.69%, opening costs. Rate with interest, maximum financing for 48 months. TIN 14.9%, APR 15.96%, interest rate, without opening commission.
6.2. LUMISA is not responsible for the approval of national or local grants or customer assistance plans. All prices may be gross and net of grants, the Customer will always be responsible for the payment of the gross price at the time of installation of the photovoltaic installation.
7.1. The price of the power term and the energy term will remain fixed for 12 months, without prejudice to their updating according to the variation corresponding to the CPI (1) on January 1 of each year in which the contract is in force. The variations that occur in the regulated components that are applicable, as well as new ones that may appear, will be transferred to the client, both upwards and downwards. Prices may be updated, every 1 January, with the value of the real CPI (Latest National General Inter-annual Consumer Price Index officially published at the time of update). Downward or upward variations in rates and access tolls will be passed on at all times, royalties and regulated values that may be approved by the Administration for application during the contract, based on Royal Decree 1164/2001 and Order IET/2735/2015.
7.2. LUMISA is not responsible for the approval of national or local grants or customer assistance plans. All prices may be gross and net of grants, the Customer will always be responsible for the payment of the gross price at the time of installation of the photovoltaic installation.
8.1. The Simplified Compensation consists of an economic compensation from which no income may result in favor of the Customer, or equivalent mechanism as applicable at any time. Compensation will only be applied at the end of energy consumed, and will not affect other costs.
8.2. The price of surplus energy (energy generated and not self-consumed) will be made by applying the daily average price of 0,055 €/kWh.
8.3. The compensation price agreed in the Particular Conditions will be updated at least annually. These modifications will be communicated to the Customer at least one month in advance of the application of the modifications and, in case of that imply a decrease in the price, the Customer may terminate the Contract by notifying LUMISA within a period of fifteen (15) calendar days following said communication.
The monthly rental price of the electricity meter will be set at all times by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism for the corresponding access fee and charged by the Distribution Company, to which VAT will be incorporated and indicated on the invoices issued by LUMISA.
10.1. LUMISA collaborates with external companies (hereinafter the“ Installer ”) in the engineering, installation and delivery of the photovoltaic installation. The client accepts the use of external companies to carry out such actions.
10.2. The Installer is the one who carries out the engineering, planning and installation of the photovoltaic installation, including the components and the electrical and mechanical design. The engineering of the project is based on the information provided by The Customer, such that the address of its supply and the information related to the roof material and its dimensions, being able to propose changes or modifications in the installation and in the materials in order to achieve the necessary performance.
10.3. The Customer must allow and ensure unhindered access to its supply point to the Installer in order to install the photovoltaic Installation.
10.4. The Customer, together with the Installer, will be responsible for obtaining the necessary permits and approvals from the relevant authorities before the installation of the photovoltaic installation. LUMISA is not responsible for the processes of Obtaining Permits on behalf of Customer LUMISA reserves the right to provide information to Customer to assist them in the permitting and approval process.
10.5. The Customer will be responsible for notifying the insurance company of the installation of the photovoltaic installation on the Customer's property.
LUMISA will provide the Customer with an estimated time and duration for installation. The Installer will set the actual installation date during the project planning phase and will be communicated to the Customer. The installation date may be subsequently modified for issues related to approvals and permits, among other limitations. LUMISA is not responsible for installation times that exceed those provided.
12.1. The commissioning, including the commissioning of energy production, is carried out after approval by the local authorities. In some cases, the electricity meter of the owner is changed before the start-up of the photovoltaic installation. LUMISA is not responsible for delays in the energy production of the photovoltaic installation caused by the change of the meter by the owner of the network.
12.2. The Customer agrees that the photovoltaic Installation will be considered finished after the start-up and delivery of the documentation provided by the Installer.
12.3. LUMISA will send an invoice to the Customer at the time of Delivery of the photovoltaic installation by the installer. The Customer must pay the invoice within 10 days from receipt of In the event of late payment, the Client must pay late interest in accordance with applicable law.
13.1. In the modality of Self-consumption with Surpluses Under Simplified Compensation, either individual or collective, LUMISA will invoice the Customer the amount to be paid derived from this Contract by virtue of the readings received by the Company Distributor, and in accordance with the form and periodicity established in current regulations.
13.2. The maximum amount to compensate for the surplus energy in each invoice may not exceed the amount of the term of Energy consumed, compensation that will be made in accordance with the hourly curves received by the Company Distributor. In no case may the result of the compensation be negative, nor can it be compensated with the power term. The term agreed in the Particular Conditions for the surplus energy will be applied to the amounts to be billed prior to taxes. If the compensation will be made within the monthly billing period.
13.3. The agreed price will be applied to the amounts to be billed prior to taxes. In any case, the compensation will be made within the monthly billing period.
13.4. LUMISA will only be obliged to make the excess compensation provided for in the previous section once it has received the corresponding settlements from the System Operator. In the event that LUMISA does not have the consumption readings or hourly curve of the Customer, the latter expressly authorizes him to bill based on an estimated consumption according to the available data, which will be later regularized based on the actual consumption contributed by the Distributor Company.
14.1. The duration of this contract is 12 months from the supply start date. The contract may be extended for successive annual payments according to the General Conditions.
14.2. The Customer must remain for at least one (1) year in the Self-consumption mode chosen from the activation of the supply. Exceptionally, this obligation of permanence does not apply to existing self-consumption under Royal Decree 900/2015, of October 9.
14.3. The Contract will enter into force on the date of its activation, its effectiveness being conditioned to the fulfillment of the following obligations:
14.4. In the event that the Customer has established in the Particular Conditions a planned date of activation of the supply, in any case this is conditioned to the acceptance and connection by the Distributor, exempting The Customer to LUMISA of any delay that may occur.
15.1. Guarantee on installation:
Once the installation is finished, the Installer grants a 2-year warranty on the work carried out by the Installer. Any damage caused by the Installer within the warranty period will be repaired and / or compensated in accordance with these Particular Conditions. The Customer will be responsible for notifying Lumisa of any damage suffered, within the warranty period. Damages suffered due to lack of communication by the Customer will not be covered by the warranty on installation. The warranty period begins after commissioning and delivery of the documentation provided by the Installer. Any work performed by the Customer or a third party during the warranty period for the Installation will void such warranty.
15.2. Guarantee on modules:
The Manufacturer of the modules grants a 10-year warranty on the modules used in the Installation. Any module defective during its warranty period will be replaced or repaired at the Installer's discretion. Any work performed on the modules installed by the Customer or a third party during the warranty period of the Installation will void such warranty.
15.3. Performance guarantee:
The manufacturer of the modules guarantees that the photovoltaic modules will produce at least 80% of their rated power in 25 years.
16.1. The Customer will be solely responsible for correcting any anomaly and keeping its electricity installations, photovoltaic installations, emergency lighting and fire extinguisher equipment in adequate condition.
16.2. The Customer will inform LUMISA of any circumstance that alters it and, in particular, any change it makes to modify its connection and / or enable its isolation from the network, as well as any modification in its surplus compensation contract or in the distribution coefficients agreement for the generation shared among all participants, as appropriate.
16.3. In Self-consumption with Surpluses when the nearby production facilities and associated with consumption share the connection infrastructure to the transport or distribution network or connect through the internal network of a consumer, consumers and producers will be jointly liable for incidents caused to the transmission or distribution network in accordance with the provisions of Law 24/2013, RD 1699/2011 and RD 1955/200, accepting the consequences that the disconnection of the supply point may lead to the parties, such as the impossibility of pouring and/or acquiring energy from the grid.
16.4. In relation to incidents caused in the transmission or distribution network by the facilities under any of the Self-consumption modalities, the provisions of Law 24/2013, of 26 of December, and in its development regulations and in particular to what is set forth in Royal Decree 1699/2011, of November 18, which regulates the connection to the grid of small power production facilities, for facilities included in its scope of application and in Royal Decree 1955/2000, of December 1.
16.5. LUMISA is not responsible for any damage to the Customer's property caused by the Customer's negligence or by the Customer's breach of these conditions.
The Client grants LUMISA the right to freely use the images of the Client's property, the Photovoltaic Installation and the installation process in its marketing activities, including media coverage. social comunication.
This Supply Contract shall be governed by the stipulations contained therein and by the regulations in force at all times, especially by the provisions of the Electricity Sector legislation, and RD 244/2019 regarding Self-consumption.
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