Onsite generation of power can be derived from a range of technological solutions, depending on the process it’s designed to power will dictate which technology is best suited for your application. Other factors to consider are the environmental and economic effects of installing on site generation and how this may influence your overall decision. The most common on site generators of power are Solar PV, diesel engine, gas engines and wind.
We are seeing more and more customers installing their own power sources on site instead of purely relying on gird produced power. These are now know as ‘prosumers’, consumers of energy who produce and consume at source. The affects of this are that you can increase the resilience at your premises whilst also reducing your cost of energy to power your process’s. The added benefit of this is if the chosen technology is producing ‘green’ energy from a renewable source such as solar PV, you are massively reducing your carbon footprint by not relying solely on grid distributed power.
The process’s that are needed to be powered will be the most influential factor in deciding which technology is most suitable. ENWC&M are able to assess and design the most appropriate solution for your needs, evidencing the payback on the capital outlay or where possible presenting a funded solution. Understanding your sites requirements and limitations, whilst also understanding the grid constraints in the local network area are all key to ensuring that the solution put forward is not only suitable for your needs but compatible with grid constraints. ENWC&M are able to assist with initial desk top analysis, site feasibility studies, grid applications, constriction and maintenance of all the solutions we propose.
If you would like further information on our back up generation options, please contact us direct to discuss further.
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