Top 3 Hybrid Energy News (Solar- and Wind-Diesel Hybrid)

In this edition of the Top 3 the following companies are featured:

DHYBRID Power Systems, Younicos, Leclanché, Recharge, Graciolica, Renovagen, Redavia, Enerwhere, Multicon Solar, and Laing O'Rourke.

1. DHYBRID Power Systems commissions a large hybrid system on the.island of Mauritius. The size of the solar installation is 1.2 MW. The German built another solar-diesel hybrid system (size approximately 85 kW) that generates energy for an oil loading port as well as a refinery in Pakistan.

 

2. Younicos chooses Leclanché to supply storage solution for renewable energy project currently being developed in Graciosa. Leclanché will provide the complete battery energy storage solution, using lithium-ion batteries  Additionally, an affiliate of Recharge ApS, one of Leclanché’s largest shareholders, will provide €3.5M in convertible debt financing to the project’s operating company Graciolica - a subsidiary of Younicos.

 

3.  Renovagen Ltd presents new Roll-Array Off-Grid Solar Energy System. The new systems addresses a segment of mobile solar solutions which is also addressed amongst others by Redavia, Enerwhere, Multicon Solar and Laing O'Rourke.

This is just a selection of news from the hybrid energy world. Please let us know via this blog if something interesting is missing. Thank you very much! (Remark: Everything that is not related to solar- or wind-diesel hybrid solutions will be deleted).

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