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Join Us at the Monaco Yacht Show, 26 – 29 September 2018

posted on: Sep 06 2018 in Marine

 

Join Us at the Monaco Yacht Show, 26 – 29 September 2018

Northern Lights are exhibiting at this year's Monaco Yacht Show, and as their UK Distributor we are delighted to be working alongside them at the show.

Come along and see us at the show, our technical sale specialists, Mark Kemsley and Hugh Cunningham, will be there please drop them a line on sales@energy-solutions.co.uk to arrange a time or just drop by when you are passing. We look forward to seeing you there!

Join us at the Northern Lights Stand AL27

 

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Energy Solutions Delivers 28th Panel Set for RNLI Shannon Class

posted on: Aug 30 2018 in Marine

Photo: RNLI Nigel Millard

 

The Shannon class is the RNLI’s most agile and manoeuvrable lifeboat to date. An all-weather lifeboat, the boat uses waterjets instead of traditional propellers to allow them to operate in shallow waters and navigate around hazards more precisely. The Shannon is gradually replacing the Mersey and Tyne class lifeboats which are now nearing the end of their operational lives.

 

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Marine Generator Power & Training

posted on: Aug 20 2018 in Marine

 

M844LW3, 20 kW (60 Hz, 1800 rpm), 16 kW (50 Hz, 1500 rpm)

With their high quality, reliable and robust reputation Northern Lights are the generators of choice for those undertaking more challenging voyages. The M844LW3 generator from  Northern lights is a popular mid-range marine generator suitable for vessels around 60-80ft  that rely on their generator power - such as larger sailing yachts and barges.

 

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Feltham & Twickenham Piscatorial Society

posted on: Aug 17 2018 in Case Studies, Off grid

 

EasyGrid 10000 Case Study

When you are based in Sunbury upon Thames, a busy London suburb, you wouldn’t think getting a grid connection would be tricky. However, the Feltham & Twickenham Piscastorial Society who have run an angling club at Sivyers Lake for 40 years, have never been able to get a grid connection due to prohibitive access issues.

For the last two decades, the club has grown their membership to 1000 members with the lake supporting over £100,000 worth of fish. The whole facility was powered solely by a diesel generator which was both expensive to run and noisy for their neighbours.

 

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