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To be independant of the grid you will need, as well as either wind turbine or solar PV array, a suitably sized bank of batteries, a charge controller to charge the batteries from the microgenerator and a suitably sized 230v inverter.

The 230v inverter will convert the either 12volt or 24volt battery voltage into 230v AC. We can supply a range of combination charge controllers and inverter units. Made by the international company Mastervolt or Outback these units are designed for daily use year in year out.

Basic systems will simply use small battery charge controllers coupled onto some 12v leisure batteries, which can run a small 230v inverter. This will provide power for lights and, say, a TV or radio for a few hours, or just lights for a much longer time... When Off Grid its all about being aware of your resources and not wasting them.

We have installed a variety of systems to suit different requirements. Contact us for more details, as well as for quotations.


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