Photovoltaics and
Solar Panel Installation

Power your home using Spain’s sun

Mallorca – Ibiza – Menorca – Canary Islands


Why We Are The Perfect Choice

We want to help you gain freedom and stability in a world where there isn’t enough of either.  We speak English natively, and a bunch of other languages too (more on that below).  Aside from photovoltaics, heat pumps and subsidies, we also help people to make other savings when it comes to energy, through switching energy suppliers. 

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We Make Solar Panel Installation Easy

We tailor and customize to your needs. Our technicians are very thorough and reliable. We always aim to start your Installation within one month!

Your Guide From Start to Finish

We are at your side with advice and support from our first conversation through to post-installation. Its part of the culture here. We want our customers to talk positively about their solar installation and experience with us.

We Speak Your Language

We speak German, Spanish, English, Belgian, Dutch, Russian and Persian.

Frequently asked questions

You can find some of the most frequently asked questions here. Feel free to call us!

What are solar panels?

A solar panel collects the sun’s energy and makes it usable. It does so by using photovoltaic (PV) cells. PV cells are made of materials that produce excited electrons when exposed to light. The electrons flow through a circuit and produce electricity, which can be used to power various devices or be stored in batteries.

Other things you might hear that refer to solar panels include, photovoltaic modules or PV modules, solar cell panels, solar electric panels.

What is an inverter?

An inverter (also called a rotary converter) is the heart of every solar panel installation: It converts the direct current from the solar modules into standard alternating current and feeds this into the energy storage or into the public power grid. At the same time, it controls and monitors the entire system.

Do I need a battery?

It depends, but we always recommend getting a battery. That’s because batteries seriously improves the output of your solar power system by storing energy that is currently available, but not being used. An inverter stores a bit of energy, but it pales into insignificance compared to batteries. For a home we recommend batteries, especially if you don’t want your electricity to cut out on cloudy days.

What is solarthermal energy?

The term solar thermal energy means generating heat using solar energy; either to heat drinking water or for heating. So-called solar collectors are used for this purpose.

What is the difference between a solar system and a photovoltaic system?

The term solar system is very general and only means that a system uses the energy of the sun. The term photovoltaics, on the other hand, is a specific application: solar energy is converted directly into electricity. A lot of people commonly refer to both as solar panels or solar panel installations.

What are photovoltaic cells?

A photovoltaic cell converts the sun’s radiant energy (sunlight) into electrical energy. They are what give solar panels their dark colour.

Should a photovltaic system be operated with or without a battery?

With a battery you can use energy generated during the day even at times when no energy is generated, such as at night or on cloudy days. Without a battery, a bit of this is possible too however its not reliable and definitely not recommended for home or work setups. Batteries allows you to increase your self-consumption rate from about 20% to over 80%, and last through periods when the sunlight is not intense enough to keep you running. If you want to gain independence from electricity providers, you’ll need a battery to get you there.
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The Solar Power System We Offer

If you are not sure, we will help you to identify the perfect system to meet your needs.

Surface Systems

Photovoltaic (PV) area systems are solar power systems that are installed on larger areas such as open spaces, fallow land or agricultural land to convert solar energy into electrical energy. Here are some important aspects of PV area systems:

Size and Scalability:

Area PV systems can range from small systems for local communities to large solar parks with several megawatts of power. They are scalable and can be adapted to the needs of energy demand and available space.

Choice of Location:

The choice of location for a PV area system is crucial for its performance. Ideally, sites should receive optimal solar radiation while having minimal impact on the environment and land use.


PV area systems use solar cells arranged in solar modules to convert sunlight into direct current. This direct current is then converted via inverters into alternating current, which can be fed into the power grid.

Grid Feed:

The electricity generated by PV surface systems is usually fed into the power grid. This grid feed-in makes it possible to deliver the solar power generated to various consumers and can also help stabilize the power grid.


The economic viability of PV surface systems depends on various factors, including the costs of installation, operation and maintenance as well as feed-in tariffs or electricity prices. In many countries, solar PV systems are supported by government incentives and support programs to improve their profitability.

Environmental Impact:

Area PV systems can have environmental impacts, especially when built on sensitive ecosystems. It is important to conduct environmental impact assessments and take measures to minimize impacts.
Solar PV systems play an important role in providing clean and renewable energy and can help reduce the proportion of fossil fuels in energy production and accelerate the transition to a more sustainable energy supply.

Rooftop Solar Panel Installation

A rooftop solar panel installation, is a system with panels on the roof of a building. Here are some important aspects of rooftop PV systems:

Integration into the Building:

Rooftop PV systems are installed on the roofs of buildings, integrating seamlessly into the existing infrastructure. They can be installed on residential buildings, commercial buildings, industrial buildings, agricultural buildings and other structures.

Roof Types:

Rooftop PV systems can be installed on various roof types, including pitched and flat roofs. Installation on pitched roofs is usually done by fixing the solar modules on special mounting systems, while flat roofs often use tilt angle structures to ensure optimal solar exposure.

Size and Performance:

The size and power of rooftop solar panel installations can vary depending on the available roof space and energy needs. Smaller systems can meet the electricity needs of a single household, while larger systems can meet the electricity needs of commercial and industrial buildings.

Grid Feed:

The electricity generated by PV roof systems can either be used on site or fed into the power grid. When feeding into the grid, the excess electricity is fed into the public power grid, whereby the system operator can receive compensation for the electricity fed into the grid.


The economic viability of PV roof systems depends on various factors, including the costs of installation, operation and maintenance as well as the amount of the feed-in tariff or electricity prices. In many regions, rooftop PV systems are supported by government incentives and support programs to improve their profitability.

Environmental Impact:

Rooftop PV systems have a lower environmental impact compared to conventional electricity generation methods such as burning fossil fuels because they do not emit greenhouse gases and use a clean, renewable energy source.
Rooftop solar panel installations offer an efficient way to generate clean and renewable energy and can help reduce the use of fossil fuels in energy production and lower energy costs.

DIY Installation

Installing your own power plant, especially a solar power plant for self-supply of electricity, is technically possible, but it requires careful planning and consideration of various aspects. Here are some steps and considerations to keep in mind when installing your own power plant:

Determine Energy Requirements:

First, you should determine your current energy needs to determine how much electricity your power plant must generate to meet your needs. This includes energy used for appliances, lighting, heating, cooling, and other electrical equipment.

Choose The Right Location:

Choosing the right location for your power plant is crucial. Ideally, the location should receive optimal sunlight to maximize the efficiency of the solar panels. The availability of space for installation and legal requirements must also be considered.

Approvals and Regulations:

Depending on the location, permits and regulations may be required to install your own power plant. This can include building permits, environmental regulations and grid feed requirements.

System Design:

System design includes selecting the right solar panels, inverters, mounting systems and other components for your power plant. This should be done based on your energy needs, site conditions and budget.


Installing your own power plant requires expertise and experience in solar technology. It is important to have the installation carried out by qualified professionals to ensure a safe and efficient installation.

Maintenance and Operation:

Once installed, you will need to maintain your power plant regularly to ensure optimal performance. This includes cleaning the solar panels, checking the wiring, monitoring performance and making repairs if necessary.

Grid Feed and Storage:

Depending on your needs and local regulations, you can either use the electricity generated directly or feed it into the public grid. The possibility of storing excess electricity in battery systems should also be considered to maximize self-sufficiency.
Installing your own power plant for self-sufficiency can be a sustainable and cost-effective way to generate clean energy and reduce your energy costs in the long term. However, it is important to follow the steps above carefully and seek professional advice if necessary.

Solar Carports

A solar carport is a solar panel installation that also provides shelter for vehicles. The roof has integrated solar panels. Here are some important aspects of solar carports:

Dual Use of Space:

Solar carports offer efficient use of space by serving as both a parking space for vehicles and a solar power generator. This is particularly useful in situations where available space is limited.

Electricity Generation:

The solar panels mounted on the roof of the carport convert sunlight into electrical energy that can either be used on-site or fed into the power grid. This helps reduce the need for conventional power generation and can lower energy costs.

Parking Lot Protection:

This is not just a solar panel installation, it also provides protection for parked vehicles from the elements such as sun, rain and hail, and even against vandalism and theft.


Solar carports can be customized to meet the needs and requirements of different locations. They can be built in different sizes and configurations to park a variety of vehicles and make the most of the available space.

Environmental Friendliness:

By using solar energy, solar carports help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. They offer an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional parking structures that do not provide a sustainable energy source.


The economic viability of solar carports depends on various factors, including the costs of installation, the amount of the feed-in tariff or electricity prices as well as government incentives and support programs. In many regions, this type of solar panel installation can be a profitable investment that provides long-term savings on energy costs.
Solar carports are an innovative and sustainable solution to meet both parking and clean energy needs, offering a variety of benefits to building owners, businesses and communities looking for environmentally friendly and cost-effective solutions.
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Hello, Iberia Energy can only be recommended 100%. Communication was very fast, friendly and 100% competent at all times. At Iberia Energie, customer satisfaction is the highest priority and the customer is the focus here!

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Professional and very satisfactory handling of the solar project in my finca with the provision of very competent fitters and good support with the official hurdles

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