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June 2015

RenEnergy completes Impact Assessment

By | Commercial | No Comments

Place: Paarl

Solution: RenEnergy was appointed to do a detailed study on the electricity consumption of a local Paarl business. From resultant information, two main elements would be addressed:
1) The integration of a bespoke Solar PV solution to reduce the maximum energy and cost of electricity.
2) The required energy supply during load shedding (2.5 hours for critical load).

RenEnergy completed a detailed impact assessment and a 11 kWp system was recommended.

 

Detailed Impact Assessment

By | Agricultural | No Comments

Place: Greyton

Solution: RenEnergy was appointed to do a detailed study on the electricity consumption of the farm. From the result and outcome of the monitoring and simulation, RenEnergy team will engineer and design a bespoke integrated Solar PV solution to achieve maximum savings and energy output under self-consumption principles.
RenEnergy would further look at critical applications.

Impact Assessment Completed

By | Agricultural | No Comments

Place: Paarl

Solution: RenEnergy was requested to investigate the optimal sizing of the system based on the clients annuaul electrical consumption.  The Solar PV system size of 25 kWp was determined from the assessment.  Two energy storage options were provided for single phase isolation or three phase supply during load shedding.

Detailed Impact Assessment

By | Residential | No Comments

Place: Stellenbosch

Solution: This Client appointed RenEnergy to investigate how Solar PV generated electricity can displace current load and thereby save monthly costs. We have also been tasked to investigate the implementation of energy storage for load shedding as well as self-consumption. To incorporate Solar PV will be the more sustainable option whereby daily savings will be gained from the solution. This will also act as a silent generator during daylight load shedding periods. RenEnergy completed a detailed impact assessment and a 4.08 Solar PV system was designed with two storage options: 1 x Self consumption 9.22kWh Gross Energy Storage with Inverter or 1 x  UPS 5.12kWh Gross Energy Storage with Inverter: