Are you looking to reduce your business’s dependency on fossil fuels?
A containerized solar generator could be a step in the right direction?. These devices collect solar energy and convert it into usable power, making them an excellent option for businesses that need to generate more electricity than they can store.
Containerized solar generators are compact and robust, making them easy to install in remote locations. The enclosures of these units can also serve as an operator’s room.
If you’re interested in installing a containerized solar generator at home or in your business, check out this article for a detailed guide explaining how these power units work and what to look for when shopping for one!
But how do you choose a containerized solar generator? That’s what we’re here to help you with today!
Now let’s look at the components that make a containerized solar generator.
The enclosure: This compact, sturdy structure houses all the other components. The enclosure is the core of these power units, ensuring everything is nicely housed and protected. These solar generators are called ‘containerized’ because of the enclosure.
PV solar panels: If the enclosure is the core of a containerized solar generator, the PV solar panels are its heart. They keep solar generators ‘alive’ by availing solar energy later converted to usable or storable power. The panels can be auxiliary mounted from the ground or at the top of the backup generator.
Tech-intelligent inverters: Containerized solar generators have high-tech inverters to convert the Direct Current from the solar panels.
Optional backup generator: Containerized solar generators can easily be integrated with DGs or propane generators. These increase the efficiency of the power unit since it continues producing power even when there are fluctuations in solar energy production.
Vents and climate control: Climate control helps improve the efficiency of components such as batteries and inverters. With the feature, you can, for example, set the unit to operate at a specific optimum temperature.
Containerized solar generators are more than just a fancy new way to harness the sun’s power. Instead, they’re an entirely new way to think about solar energy, which is why they’re so exciting!
The working principle of containerized solar generators is based on three basic steps:
The working principle of a containerized solar generator is based on three simple steps that make it easy to understand.
The first step is collecting solar energy. The sun hitting the PV array is collected and converted to DC. The amount of solar energy collected depends on the size and efficiency of the solar panels.
The second step is connecting your PV array to an inverter for direct AC use. Again, this can be done through a wire depending on your preference.
The third step is converting DC to AC for direct use by installing a high-tech inverter in your containerized solar generator. Top-of-the-line inverters should do this conversion with minimum losses to get maximum efficiency from your system.
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The Solar Solution that’s Ready to Go When You Are
REURASIA’s Containerized Solar Solution is pre-wired and contains solar panels, a mounting structure, and an inverted electrical panel. This technology is designed for quick deployment on and off-grid, so you can get your project up and running in no time.
WHY USE CONTAINERIZED SOLAR SOLUTION
The SolarGEM® Containerized solar solutions from REURASIA are unique. The technology has been demonstrated to increase your renewable energy capacity in the most efficient, dependable, and cost-effective way possible.
With REURASIA, you get the best of both worlds: cutting-edge technology and simple installation.
REURASIA CONTAINERIZED SOLAR ENERGY
|200 panels x 375 Wp 1500 VDC
1 inverter 60kVA and AC cabinet fully pre-wired
|12,5 metric Tons
|−20 °C to +60 °C (−13 °F to +140 °F)
|Rated Output Current
|91.2 A @380 Vac
86.7 A @400 Vac
|Max. Output Current
|100 A @380 Vac
95.3 A @400 Vac
|Data interface: Modbus
Interface: RS485, webconnect
|L. 90m x W. 6m x H. 1m
(H 2.6m for the container)
|L. 6.1m x W. 2.4m x H. 2.6m (20ft Dry)
No need for leveling
|3 hours with a team of 4 people
|Constructed to resist transportation by sea or truck
Longevity tested in extreme real-world conditions (such as hurricanes)
|Connection to low or medium voltage
Compatibility with most 72 cells PV modules
Option for a DC output without inverter
|Module Tilt angle
|Hot dipped galvanized steel ( ISO 1461 standard)
We hope this article has helped you understand how they work and why they are so important.
As we continue to industrialize and our energy demands increase daily, we must find ways to produce more power in a way that’s both efficient and environmentally friendly. Containerized solar generators are just one solution to this problem—exciting!
While it’s still possible to use fuel-based generators to meet rising energy demands, environmental pollution is a significant risk. Containerized solar generators are a much better alternative because they tap into clean energy from the sun.
Hopefully, you now know how containerized solar generators work and why they are the future of energy production at the household and industrial levels. If you’re interested in investing in one for yourself or your business, contact Reurasia today!
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