Driving an electric car means never having to refuel again. But electric cars need electricity. And, as we all know, it doesn’t just come out of the socket. Only with green electricity do electric cars really run cleanly. Those who often charge at public fast chargers have to dig deep into their pockets.
By far the cheapest and greenest way to drive is electricity from your own photovoltaic system. On average, you can generate electricity for about 300 kilometers per day in an electric car with a solar system. In the EFAHRER.com solar center you can find the easiest way to get your own solar power. We explain how you can really save with your photovoltaic system, how solar systems, storage systems and the corresponding electronics work, why electric cars and solar power are the perfect combination, what you need to know about home electricity storage. And clarify all the important legal questions on the subject of photovoltaics.