A stand-alone photovoltaic system produces electricity independently of the public grid. In the event of a power failure, the system automatically decouples itself from the grid and creates its own, self-contained network (MicroGrid).
This means that the supply of power can be guaranteed even without other components, such as a diesel generator.
Stand-alone photovoltaic systems have a significant advantage over diesel-powered emergency power generators: they generate clean, odourless electricity, quietly.
Particularly in remote hotel complexes and communities, personal comfort and sustainability play a major role in addition to security of supply. A supply of solar power can significantly reduce both odour and noise pollution and ultimately CO2 emissions.
Grid parity of the PV energy is set to be achieved faster than anticipated due to high diesel costs in Sachs Harbour. Consequently, they will have a very low payback time of less than six years, following which the system will be paid off, enabling the residents of Sachs Harbour to save more than 80,000 euros in diesel costs in the first 20 years.See the reference
In order to establish a stable power supply, it is important to rely on competent partners and reliable equipment. We have been working successfully for many years with companies such as Victron Energy, Selectronic and many more for the implementation of our backup solutions. With a combination of Fronius devices and products from one of our partners, you can rely on a proven and future-proof system that requires hardly any servicing.
When it comes to implementing your individual stand-alone photovoltaic solution, we offer you a wide selection of highly trained, certified installers around the world through our Fronius System Partner network. Our System Partners advise you on site, carry out the installation and are also immediately on hand with knowledge and spare parts in stock in the case of service callouts.