Off grid solar systems
Stand Alone Power Systems (SAPS)
Stand Alone Power Systems are installed mostly in rural areas where connection to the utility grid is too costly or not practical. System cost is subject to daily energy requirements, components selected & your budget. We have over 30 years of experience in the design & installation of Remote Power Systems, we ourselves have lived for many years off grid — we don’t just live it, we breathe it!.
Micro Hydro systems
Micro Hydro systems in either battery charging to 1000 watts or direct 240v up to 20 kW.
Hydro power is an old established method of energy production. Water is captured via a filter / intake structure and passes downhill in a pipeline to the turbine. The water exits the pipe under pressure through a nozzle and strikes a water wheel (runner). The force of which spins the runner which is direct coupled to an electricity generating permanent magnet alternator or enhanced performance induction generator. The electricity is then electronically regulated and transmitted via cable for use.
Hybrid Solar Systems
A Solar Hybrid system is a Solar Power system that has the capability to produce energy and store it for use at a later period. It combines several elements (Solar, Batteries, backup generator or the grid) and further down make that: generator or grid backup automatically without any input from the property owner to produce an energy system to power your home. Most hybrid systems will also have a device either built into the inverter or that is installed into the switchboard which monitors your energy usage and talks to your hybrid inverter so it knows when is the best time to charge or discharge the batteries. The system also has an intelligent management system that balances battery levels, household power usage and grid back up without any input from the home owner.
Hybrid Solar/generator systems for:
- Large working cattle properties
- Remote mining villages
- Properties that currently works off generator
- Properties that has frequent mains power outages and fluctuations