Community Power

Community Power

In many developing economies, electrical infrastructure remains primarily centralized. In sub-Saharan Africa in particular, population dispersion means that grid extension is often economically unviable and in most of these countries less than 10% of rural communities have access to electricity.

The HYbrid Energy Station (HES) can incorporate renewable energy sources such as solar or wind energy and is underpinned with a battery set and diesel generator to guarantee a continuous reliable energy supply with reduced engine run hours and lower fuel consumption.

The HYbrid Energy Station (HES) is a modular systems which can increase in capacity in line with the community load demands to power essential services such as Healthcare, Education Municipal (local government), Communication, Emergency Response, Domestic power and Agriculture/Small industry.