NoGrid Power

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Modular, plug and play solar power for remote locations

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February 22 2024

The NoGrid Power system is a revolutionary modular system integrating a solar module, charger and lithium-ion batteries with passive cooling. The system is plug and play and several systems can be connected in series to service higher power loads.  The system is ideal for power supply in remote locations especially for applications such as cathodic protection, remote monitoring and telecom. One system typically costs 2000 Euro and can supply 20 Watt to 30 Watt around the clock in sunny countries.

Pros & Limitations
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Plug and play
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No emissions (solar power)
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Modular (systems can be connected in series)
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Passive cooling
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Robust
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For high energy loads, less economical
Specification
Specification Title Specification Description
Areas of Application
Remote (offgrid) power, e.g. Telecom, Street Lights, Cathodic Protection, Monitoring
Capacity
Battery: 1200 Watt Hours (gross) | 1000 Watt hours (available)
Installation
Number of systems in parallel: max. 120
IP protection
IP 65
Lifespan
Typically 10 years
Output
Voltage: 48 V DC | Max. Power: 500 Watt
Power
Lithium-ion battery | Solar module: up to 360 Watt Peak
Weight
17.5 KG

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Founded in 2009 by Marco Ghirardello, Solartechno Europe B.V. started as trader in photovoltaic components to soon grow into a developer and installer of bespoke turnkey off-grid and on-grid photovoltaic systems. Since then, upon receiving various grants from the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Dutch government, Solartechno has developed a novel off-grid product called NoGrid Power which was launched in 2018.

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