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“96% of our electricity is provided by solar via the EasyGrid”

posted on: May 21 2019 in Case Studies, Off grid

Garry Kemp had a tough decision to make when he found his ideal farmhouse - how to power the property. The property in East Yorkshire had been empty since 1980 and had lost its original mains electricity supply. With a quote from the Northern Power Grid of £163,000 to reinstate it, an on-grid option was off the table.

Garry first came across the EasyGrid Hybrid Power system doing research for off grid property power options. He spoke to the Hybrid Power team and was invited to come along to an open day with demonstrations on the system and presentations on how best to run a property off grid.

 

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Cost Effective Power for Remote Mobile Home

posted on: Mar 25 2019 in Case Studies, Off grid

 

We always encourage customers to come and visit us at our offices in Rochester so that we can show them an example of the EasyGrid system and give them a full overview of how to get the best efficiency out of an off grid power system.

This was an easy trip for one of our most recent installations, Trent is based in All Hallows in Kent and wanted power for domestic appliances within his three bedroom mobile home.

 

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Northern Lights Generators Still Delivering Excellent Performance after 20 Years and 800,000 Miles

posted on: Mar 21 2019 in Case Studies, Marine

 

20 years ago, in 1999, Energy Solutions supplied 12 sets of 673L (6kW @ 1800rpm) Northern Lights Marine Generators, DC link boxes, AC Distribution panels and power electric units for the new 12 steel cutters built for the 2000/2001 BT Global Challenge race.

 

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Elektrilevi signs Hybrid Off Grid Power Systems supply agreement with Energy Solutions

posted on: Mar 20 2019 in Hybrid, Off grid

We are delighted to announce that we have signed an agreement with Elektrilevi, Estonia’s Electricity Network Operator, to supply EasyGrid Hybrid Power Systems to the electricity network operator.  With a potential value in the first year of £1.4 million, the agreement is part of the Estonian operators’ new initiative to offer stand-alone power supplies for new build, remote homes and businesses.

 

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