How much can I expect to save on electricity bills?
Optimal production is during the summer when systems generate the most electricity due to the extended hours of daylight and clearer days. In winter, the solar cells produce less. The solar plant will produce electricity for several decades. In the meantime, the price of electricity is rising, both due to inflation and due to increased taxes and investments in the electricity network, as well insecurity from foreign supplies of energy. This means that consuming solar electricity becomes more attractive compared to electricity you buy from the grid. Solar cells are good for the environment and good for your wallet. It's that simple.