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Rail Tunnel Hybrid Power Container - Case Study

posted on: Jan 22 2018 in Case Studies, Hybrid

Designed and built by Energy Solutions this containerised hybrid power unit addressed a requirement from their client to provide a robust power source for their service teams working in isolated tunnel areas. The unit needed to reduce carbon emissions in the immediate work areas, an issue when working purely with diesel generators. The hybrid power unit supplies power for tunnel operative undertaking maintenance work via a bespoke lithium battery system. The JCB generator within the unit provides the power to recharge the battery bank at the end of a shift and in the event of a particular high load or extended work period. 

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Electric Van Hybrid Power Charging Station

posted on: Jan 22 2018 in Case Studies, Off grid, Vehicle

This unique hybrid charging station is one of two designed, built and commissioned by Energy Solutions special projects team. The unit uses solar to charge a sophisticated battery bank which in turn provides the power for the client to recharge their fleet of electric vans. The location of the units required them to be sturdy and easy to maintain by the client’s own staff. The Energy Solutions Service team worked on site alongside the client to ensure the correct installation and to provide the final commissioning. During this period the local staff were trained in the operation and maintenance of the system.

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Innovative, Intuitive Electrical System and Interfaces for Numarines’ XP Explorer Series

posted on: Oct 18 2017 in Case Studies, Marine

 

This stunning yacht is the first of the new 32 XP Explorer series from Numarine, launched in the summer 2017. Marla is the first of three current orders for the new design which alongside bold styling has a range of 3,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots.

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SiteGrid

posted on: Oct 02 2017 in Case Studies, Off grid, Industrial

Helping Businesses in Construction Meet Emission Reduction Deadlines

Energy and fuel used on construction sites accounts for approximately 33% of total emissions from England’s construction industry. (Strategic Forum for Construction 2010 Carbon Assessment Report)

 

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