Where: Port Elizabeth
Place: Somerset West
Solution: RenEnergy was commissioned to determine what the correct sizing of a Solar PV system for a retail outlet, wanting to procure a Solar PV system, to reduce costs. RenEnergy completed a detailed impact assessment and a 55 kWp roof system was designed to maximise self consumption, whilst keeping export to a bare minimum.
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.
Place: Somerset West
Solution: RenEnergy completed a detailed impact assessment on the current electricity usage and how exactly the integration of Solar PV will complement the business. 25kWp Solar PV with 12.6kWh LiFePO4 Energy Storage.
Solution: The client chose RenEnergy to complete an impact assessment to determine optimal Solar PV installation size, for maximum self consumption. The system reduces dependence on grid supply and took into account office operations immune to load shedding. The system will reduce monthly electricity costs over a 25 year period and will be considered capital equipment expenditure to be written off over 3 years. RenEnergy completed a detailed impact assessment with ground and roof installation options totaling 302 kWp. Premium Lithium Ion Phosphate storage options were provided to isolate the offices from load-shedding or power interruptions.
Solution: Integrated solar, energy storage and generator so that the business can operate independently during the shortcomings of Eskom supply. The LiFePO4 storage was done specifically to address load shedding.
Solution: Integrated Solar PV, grid tied. Two phases of the project have already been completed, with phase 3 beginning construction soon.
Solution: Integrated Solar PV, grid tied. Two phases of the project have already been completed, with phase 3 beginning construction soon..