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Solar & Energy Management

Integrate solar energy with your smart home to reduce costs, reach maximum efficiency and work towards carbon neutrality.


Carbon net zero by 2050.

As the UK continues its pledge to be carbon net zero by 2050, businesses and domestic buyers alike are doing the same.

By installing solar PV on your property, each panel generates around 355w of energy in sunlight, and as they are classed as ‘permitted developments’, they don’t usually require planning permission. 

Solar energy is the fastest growing renewable energy solution and can save up to £1,000 a year on domestic electricity bills.

And under the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG), you can also ‘sell’ your unused solar energy back to the grid.

  • Realtime data available at any time through the app
  • Save money on rising energy costs 
  • Sell unused energy back to the grid

Know what you're using.

By integrating your solar panels into your smart home system, you can use your energy to power your property while monitoring consumption and production.

The central app allows you to view data in real-time, and by using solar energy, you will be able to manage your output via an intelligent energy management system.

This will mean that the energy captured by your solar panels can be used in a way that you have control of, like routing your generated energy throughout the day to charge  your electric vehicle at night and take advantage advantage of cheaper night time tariffs to run other energy intensive tasks overnight at a lower cost. 

  • Integrate solar panels with central app for ease of use
  • Temperature systems work in unison
  • Reduce emissions by storing solar energy for later use 

It's the little things that make a big difference.

Despite popular belief, leaving devices on standby mode overnight still uses electricity.

With the energy management functionality in Loxone, those standby devices are automatically turned off if they’re not needed, and your whole home can be turned off with a triple tap of a single switch as you leave the house, meaning that nothing can be accidentally left on. 

And because of the access to real-time data, you can see how much electricity each device is using at any given time. 

  • Standby modes are no more with automatic switch-offs
  • Keep an eye on power consumption during certain times
  • Alerts to your phone if the system thinks energy is being wasted