We offer hybrid installations for households as well as for companies and production facilities with multi-shift production and 24-hour power demand.
We would like to offer such a system of using renewable energy sources, thanks to which all energy produced will be consumed on the spot and will not be stored by the operator. Our idea is not only for companies and enterprises, but also for households and all those who already have photovoltaic panels and would like to acquire a wind turbine in addition. Such a hybrid installation enables the efficient use of all sources of renewable energy and its possible storage.
The investment consists of three stages:
- The stage of estimating and designing the demand and the technical location of the entire investment
- Offer for comprehensive and partial execution of the investment
- Execution divided into parts:
- The realization of the entire investment does not have to take place at once can be divided into parts. The first of these is the construction of a photovoltaic installation and its connection to the plant’s installation through the control system.
- The next part is the construction of the wind turbines.
Why opt for hybrid installations?
On the way to sustainable energy development, an important point is the introduction and popularisation of distributed energy based on renewable energy sources. However, RES installations are strongly dependent on external factors, especially weather conditions. Therefore, hybrid renewable energy installations are used to optimise their use. Today’s hybrid RES installations are an example that what is better for the environment can also be economically practical with a profitable business option.
The average amount of energy consumed in a manufacturing company could be 340000kW per year. The average consumption for one working hour is about 80-90kW. The connection size is 120kW.
Considering the above data, the creation of a hybrid power system consisting of a 225kW photovoltaic installation divided into 3 or 4 power parts and two 40kW wind turbines coupled with a control system is able to produce more energy than the required demand. However, due to the nature of the plant’s operation and to minimise the periods when there may be an unpredictable lack of conditions for energy production, the equipment must have a higher power output to be able to provide adequate voltage at all times associated with the plant’s production. The 225kW photovoltaic installation will be divided into three parts: 80kW, 80kW and 65kW. This will enable the control system to use its individual components to guarantee the right power during the daytime. Two wind turbines of equal capacity will provide energy during the morning and evening periods.
Energy storage with a capacity of approx. 160kWh to 220kWh can be an option for the entire installation to guarantee a constant supply of energy. All these elements are designed as a complete autonomous system by energy specialists in the form of a construction project, necessary for the building permit.
The expected time for the execution of the project is about 3 to 6 months, including obtaining the permits.
The realization of the investment does not have to take place at once, it can be divided into stages. The first preferred stage is the construction of a photovoltaic installation and its connection to the plant’s installation through a control system, followed by the construction of wind turbines. The implementation period does not exceed 8 months. It would be advisable to divide the investment into two parts, which would allow to use own renewable energy sources as soon as possible and to limit connection power from the power plant.
Advantages of having hybrid installations
The advantages are mainly the low cost of meeting the energy demand, as well as the social approval of the resources used. It is worth noting that the technology associated with renewable energy is developing rapidly. As a result, the constantly increasing efficiency of hybrid systems allows for an even faster return on investment. It brings greater economic benefits associated with the generation of cheap energy. Another advantage of hybrid systems is that they do not depend on a single resource. This is very important with fluctuating energy prices and unpredictable supply and weather conditions.
- With hybrid systems we can match the production of electricity to demand and also accumulate surplus energy produced in earlier months
- The system is safe for the environment, as it does not emit pollutants
- The advantage of hybrid systems is that they do not depend on a single fuel such as gas. This is particularly important with constantly changing fuel prices and unpredictability of supplies
- Hybrid systems can be used practically under any conditions and in any facility
- Hybrid technologies offer significant economic and environmental advantages
- Construction of hybrid generating systems of medium and low capacity, using renewable and distributed primary energy resources, located close to the consumers will avoid part of the transmission and distribution costs
- Hybrid power plants are a very good solution for the use of renewable energy sources
- Electricity generation through this system can become more efficient and ensure continuity of supply
- The hybrid system is more economically viable than individual power plants based on renewable energy sources.