Humanitarian organization using solar energy as a backup Nepal - Case Study
An international humanitarian organisation was in need of a reliable backup energy system for their regional office in Kathmandu, Nepal. Due to the unreliable local grid, the office was already relying on diesel generators, but wanted to reduce fuel consumption.
The 40 kWp solar modules installed on the rooftop charge the battery bank, and surplus energy is used in real time. At times when modules are unable to maintain production and the battery voltage decreases, the Nocart Power Management Unit automatically starts the diesel generator and makes it as the input source for electricity.
The Nocart PMU enables electricity to be fed for local consumption through the grid. While the sun is unavailable and the diesel generator is functioning, it only produces electricity for real-time consumption instead of charging the battery bank, which reduces fuel consumption.
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