Small-scale energy production
If your small-scale production is generating more electricity than you need, you can sell the surplus. Find more about the instructions on how to get started.
What is small-scale production?
Small-scale or micro electricity generation typically means production of a few kilowatts of power for the producer’s own use. Usually the sites generate electricity with wind turbines, solar power or bio-incineration.
Sometimes small-scale production sites generate more electricity than the owner needs. For example, solar panels at summer cottages produce electricity even when there is no one using it. In cases like these, you can sell your surplus by connecting your production to our existing electricity network.
If you’re interested in starting small-scale energy production, please contact our customer service and we’ll help you to get started.