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off-grid wind Applications

  • Wind power solutions for the off-grid systems sector

    Off-Grid Systems wind & solar-powered rural electrification hubs for easy deployment in the most remote sites.

    By XANT NV based in Brussels, BELGIUM.

  • Wind power solutions for the microgrids sector

    Microgrids state-of-the-art wind power with integrated storage and full controllability for the smartest of grids.

    By XANT NV based in Brussels, BELGIUM.

  • Hydrogen solutions for power-to-gas sector

    In 2012, GP JOULE developed the power gap filler system to compensate for load fluctuations in the grid resulting from variations in the supply of wind and solar energy. PEM electrolysers convert excess green energy into hydrogen, which can be stored and fed back into the grid as required via a biogas-fired block-type thermal power station. This makes it possible to optimally integrate renewable energies into the electrical grid and offset and compensate for a lack of energy on days when there is little wind or...

    By H-Tec Systems GmbH based in Lübeck, GERMANY.

  • Feed-in tariffs while avoiding low price periods

    Biomass energy from gasification, when done responsibly with waste wood or suitable agricultural waste such as nut shells, is often eligible for feed-in tariffs. However, biomass gasification has the advantage of being on-demand, so you can feed renewable energy onto the grid at times when wind and solar are not abundant, enabling you to avoid times when prices are too low due to an excess of wind or solar power being fed to the grid.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Industrial and Commercial Solar

    Many businesses today are faced with rising energy costs and declining competitiveness. These are some of the reasons why companies are adopting the sustainable and affordable solution of producing their own renewable energy, selling the surplus electricity back to the grid. In Turkey, businesses can install renewable energy systems with a capacity of up to 1 MW without a license, or can apply for a government license to install systems with capacities above 1 MW. Both licensed and unlicensed projects, located...

    By Eko Renewable Energy Inc. (EkoRE) based in Istanbul, TURKEY.

  • Residential Solar

    According to Turkey's government regulations, residential systems up to 50 kW do not require a license. In a country that lacks an abundance of conventional energy sources, these residential regulations represent a great opportunity for homeowners. All residential renewable energy systems, below and above 50 kW, can both use the electricity produced and sell the surplus back to the electrical grid. These systems can be categorized into three groups: on-grid, off-grid and hybrid.

    By Eko Renewable Energy Inc. (EkoRE) based in Istanbul, TURKEY.

  • On-demand renewable energy to assist solar/ wind microgrids

    Our Power Pallet biomass gasifier genset, when used with the grid-tie module, can be integrated with an existing 3-phase AC microgrid that includes intermittent electrical sources such as solar panels or small wind turbines.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Wood Cogeneration for Industry

    Any company that has a need for both heat and power is an ideal fit for the Borealis wood power system, especially if located in a rural setting where energy costs are high. The application requirement must be for the full 45 kWh of power for immediate use. If power requirement is not that high, then this energy can be sold to the regional power grid often at preferred rates. Options for off-grid solutions are being reviewed.

    By Borealis Wood Power Corp. based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Hydrogen solutions for integrated grid sector

    Seamless Coordination: Comprising five H-TEC SYSTEMS electrolysis systems each with 200 kW, the hydrogen integrated grid will be installed at suitable wind farms in North Frisia. Excess electricity generated through renewable energy will be converted into hydrogen using PEM electrolysis, then stored locally in pressure tanks and regularly collected at the five locations and delivered to two hydrogen filling stations using a pressure tank vehicle. These hydrogen filling stations supply fuel cell-powered buses used...

    By H-Tec Systems GmbH based in Lübeck, GERMANY.

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