Because standalone systems are not connected to a central power grid, they have to be self-sufficient in every way. A standard design involves a few specific elements:
Backup generators are not required for every system, but they can be useful as an alternative source of power. If there’s unusually high usage at a certain time or if the weather has been bad for an extended period, backup power keeps everything running without interruption. Diesel generators, hydropower or wind power can all act as a backup to solar power.
Systems are fully customisable. We build a system that meets your requirements, while delivering the capabilities you need. Our goal is to move businesses away from dependence on the local grid.
Whether you want to keep your fridge running or you need to power an entire commercial premises, you can do it with solar.