Distributed renewable power generation systems with competitive pricing
Access to electricity is the backbone of the economic development of a country. There are currently more than 1,500 million people in the world with no access to electricity at home.
The development of mini-grids is a competitive alternative to the expansion of national transmission and distribution grids, which are so costly as to be infeasible in some countries.
Characteristics of the mini-grids
The development of hybrid mini-grids that combine diesel power and/or storage with renewable power sources presents advantages over those with a single power source:
- Reduction in the O&M costs for the community, since increasing percentages of raw materials at no cost (such as wind and sun) are used.
- Improved management of demand, thanks to the use of a source such as diesel, which is easier to manage than the natural resource.
- Improved adaptability to the surrounding conditions, when different renewable power sources (e.g: wind in winter and sun in summer) are used, and when an appropriate percentage of battery storage is introduced.
Mini-grids comprise three subsystems:
- AC or DC distribution
- Consumption or demand
Our 'plug & play' containerised modular solutions, with outputs that can go from 3 kW to 20 kW, adapt to the power demands of mini-grids:
- Designed to operate under extreme conditions (remote locations)
- Ease of handling and operation: remote control
- Limited maintenance
- Quick installation: standard industrial container
- Customised solution for each situation
- Competitive pricing
Ennera offers projects on a turnkey basis. Similarly the possibility of providing energy services based on energy sales, if the client does not wish to invest in the project, can also be provided.
Our WINDERA S wind generator can complement hybrid solutions that include a solar plant
More information on the Business Models we provide.
More information about our solutions.
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