A hybrid energy system usually consists of two or more renewable energy sources used together to provide increased system efficiency as well as greater balance in energy supply.
Hybrid renewable energy systems (HRES) are becoming more and more popular for remote area power generation applications or in general where public grid is not present.
In general, due to advances in renewable energy technologies and subsequent rise in prices of petrolyeum products their become more often a more reliable and cost effective alternative to diesel generations.
Most of the hybrid systems are stand-alone systems, which operate “off-grid” – not connected to an electricity distribution system. For the times when neither the wind nor the solar system are producing, most hybrid systems provide power through batteries and/or an engine generator powered by conventional fuels, such as diesel. If the batteries run low, the engine generator can provide power and recharge the batteries.
Adding an engine generator makes the system more complex, but modern electronic controllers can operate these systems automatically. An engine generator can also reduce the size of the other components needed for the system. Those the storage capacity must be large enough to supply electrical needs during non-charging periods. Battery banks are sized to match specific applications requirements.
Along with our off-grid design services, we provide modular components, encompassing solar, wind, power electronics, energy storage, and all mounting equipment. The result is the most advanced technological design with unparalleled ease of use every time.
Windkinetic™ Off-grid Hybrid systems can be easily integrated with our remote monitoring system.
We produce a series of standard hybrid systems powering from the small WI FI repeater to the street light, the BTS telecom tower up to the village micro grid.