The following sections provide a detailed overview of the elements included in the report.

1. Adapting the PV system (Page 2):

         A) Your current electricity bill:

In this section, the customer can see how much he currently spends on electricity in a year (1) and monthly (2), as well as see electricity price forecasts and estimates in 20 years, as well as current CO2 emissions per year.

         B) Recommended size of PV System:

Here, the client receives initial information about the designed system – its power (1) and the roof area occupied (2). It also obtains information about its annual electricity production and the estimated annual production of the installed system (3). We can also see if the system is oversized, perfectly matched, or if its power is insufficient to fully cover consumption.

         C) Energy balance:

In this part, we get information about the estimated system power (1) (how much energy we are able to get from primary energy sources), the amount of electricity fed into the grid (2), it is related to the oversized system or when the user uses the main electricity at night and the amount of energy taken from the grid (3) (the user will have to pay extra for this energy), it is related to the system that does not fully cover the energy demand.

2.  Visualization (strona 3):

In this part of the report, you will find information about the number of photovoltaic panels used and the electricity they generate, as well as all visualizations and concepts created by you.

3. Estimate of a project (strona 4):

At this point, the customer receives a valuation. If you select an amount for 1 kWp of installed power during the valuation, the amounts of individual parts of the installation will not appear in the report, but only their number (as above). To view a specific amount for a product, each part of the system must be accounted for separately.

4. Accumulated cash flow (strona 5 i 6):

In this section of the report, we obtain information on the cash flow in the subsequent years of operation of the installation. The first item is production (1), which decreases each year by the panel degradation factor. The next column is savings (2), which is the difference between your electricity bill without PV (6) and your electricity bill with a PV system installed (7). The next item is received subsidies (3), they are related to the thermo-modernization relief and it is the amount that the customer will receive in the form of income tax refund on installation costs. In the Installment column (4), we see the annual loan installment, if the client decided to take out a loan. The next item is accumulated cash flow (5), they show how much the client has gained / lost since the beginning of the system operation.

The next part of the accumulated cash flow is the chart that shows us the cash flow for each year and is compatible with the table.