Remote and island communities and customers have always provided a strong business case for the development of hybrid renewable microgrids.
These communities have traditionally relied almost entirely on diesel-fired generation which is costly and presents supply chain and environmental risk.
This is changing as increasing adoption of significant renewables on to these systems with appropriate controls and integration are providing a direct economic benefit.
As straightforward as the basic business case is however, successful execution of a high–renewable-penetration remote microgrid deserves careful consideration of certain key aspects.
Effective integration, reduce the cost of MicroRed, our hybrid system reduces the number of solar panels, reducing the number of batteries, and integrates a security backup generator glp.