Self-consumption

In many industrial applications renewable energy generation and self-consumption is already profitable. One of the key success factors is the load profile of the industrial application. If it is due to air conditioning or industrial applications similar to the generation profile of renewable energy this is a first positive indicator. The second main indicator is the current fuel price. Especially companies that are located in areas with a high irradiation then should consider building their own pv installation. Production sites that are located near the coast, might allow for the construction of cost-efficient wind power plants.

On this page in the near future case studies of self-consumption installation will be published. The objective is to show what is possible and increase the pressure on other market players of the same industry.

 

Have you engineered, installed, or built self-consumption installations? Do you operate self-consumption installations? Do you want to receive visibility on a platform that might create future business? Contact us via email ! We would like to present here your short case study in the near future!

 

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2018

Top 5 Hybrid Energy News (Solar- and Wind-Diesel-Hybrid + Microgrids) – July / August 2018 by THEnergy

The new edition of our “Top 5 Hybrid Energy News” is mainly about projects in rural electrification. It covers projects in Australia, Gabon, Alaska, Great Britain, and Ethiopia.  The new edition features Aggreko, Younicos, Gold Fields, ENGIE, Ausar Energy, SAFT, Moixa Energy, Hitachi, and General Electric.

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2018

DiscoverHydropower: A visit to four hydropower plants in Portugal, Scotland, and Iceland

While falling costs of solar and wind power plants have sparked a boom all over the world, hydropower is marginalized in many regions. A recent visit by four energy experts to four hydropower plants in Portugal, Scotland, and Iceland raises the question of whether hydropower can play a role in the energy transition toward renewables.

 

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