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Off Grid Power for Catalonian Masia

posted on: Aug 22 2017 in Case Studies, Off grid

 

EasyGrid 10000 Case Study

Traditional dwellings with character, Masia’s are old stone houses typical to the Catalan Principality in Spain. They are listed buildings, protected by the government from major modification, and are usually in very isolated, picturesque settings. The one owned by our client was no exception, located an hour north of Barcelona, in a typically secluded and hard to access area.  

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Upgraded EasyGrid and Large Solar Array for new wedding, corporate and private event venue

posted on: Jul 14 2017 in Case Studies, Off grid

Casterley Barn, the new events and conference centre project, being built at Rushall Organic Farm in Wiltshire, was bought to the Energy Solutions’ Off Grid team by Ramsbury Electrical, an experienced electrical installation company who were looking for the most efficient way to power the centre off grid. There were numerous issues to consider in order to ensure that the centre had sufficient power for all types of events, from conferences to weddings, at any time of year. The power needed to supply lighting, security, media and also a kitchen with catering appliances – and at times additional equipment from external caterers as well.

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New wind farm crew transfer vessels uses ES switchboards and helm panels

posted on: Jul 12 2017 in Case Studies, Marine

Aluminium Marine Consultants (AMC) is one of the UK’s leading aluminium boat builders providing innovative and original, bespoke solutions to vessel construction and design. AMC lead the way in quality control ensuring the highest standards of workmanship are achieved and have attained ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 Accreditation, ensuring the very best standards of build in a safe and environmentally responsible way.

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Kent farm uses VariPower – the perfect temporary power solution

posted on: Mar 27 2017 in Case Studies, Off grid

Power cuts affect most homes at some point during the year, but in most instances they are short lived and the power comes back on in hours. 

For Mr and Mrs Bowyer-Jones in Kent it was not so simple. The power to their farm went off on Boxing Day 2016 – due to problems with the power line – and has not come back on since. For three weeks the couple ran their house from a small petrol generator, running the genset for 18 hours out of 24 cost £30 per day, with fuel having to be collected daily.

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