Generators for Solar Off-Grid
Ensuring continuity of operations at any time of the day
Solar energy remains a promising renewable energy in Australia and this source of energy is becoming increasingly popular, since Australia has the highest average solar radiation per square meter of any continent in the world.
In fact, 36% of South Australia's electricity comes from renewable sources and during the past 15 years, this state has installed more large-scale renewable capacity than any other state.
HIMOINSA is capable of integrating generators with photovoltaic systems, ensuring a constant supply of power day and night and considerable economic savings.
Integrating Generators with Solar Plants
Increased energy consumption, population growth and the industrial development that is currently taking place in Australia have an immediate effect on the demand for energy resources. Solar plants are usually installed in remote locations, industrial areas or rural communities that lack a proper grid infrastructure and for that reason the installation and energy sourcing needs to be sustainable. This is were renewable energies such as solar come into place.
Solar plants are very efficient and reliable, except when there is no sun light. During night time and on bad weather conditions, the efficiency of the plant can diminish, and here is where the generators come into place.
By integrating a generator in a solar plant, we are ensuring that the system is reliable, as it guarantees that energy is always available, regardless of weather conditions or time of the day. Unlike renewable energies, the capacity of a generator to supply energy doesn't depend on weather conditions.
A diesel hybrid systems combines two sources of energy, the sun and the diesel generator, where the generator supplies excess load and recharges the battery when the sun is unable to do so.
HIMOINSA manufactures diesel and gas generators designed to be integrated with photovoltaic systems and batteries in order to significantly reduce fuel consumption, operating costs (OPEX) and CO2 emissions. Our solutions ensure that solar resources are effectively harnessed in places with a high degree of solar irradiation and ensure the continuity of operations during overcast.