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SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A.: Case Study in Solar Application (Asia Region)

SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A.: Case Study in Solar Application (Asia Region)

Rural Electrification in Malaysia through Hybrid Solar System, based on SUNLIGHT RES Batteries Series   The Need Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia and a leading utility company in Asia. TNB’s core business is the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. TNB has to provide reliable electrification especially at isolated areas in Malaysia, which are located far from the National Grid sources.   The Challenge In these communities, the usual energy source for electricity production is stand alone diesel generators. The main problem in this case is the extremely high cost of energy, due to the high cost of diesel and maintenance of the diesel generator sets. In this context, after evaluating various scenarios, TNB has decided to install Hybrid Solar Systems to provide energy to off-grid areas. In the remote area of RPS Kemar, at a site accessible only via one hour speed boat ride, they installed one of the biggest Hydrid Solar Systems worldwide in order to provide electricity to 16 isolated villages with total population of over 3.000. The selection of Hydrid Solar System was preferred, compared to other options, as it: • integrates multiple power sources, using intelligent controls to manage the system operation. • increases reliability due to multiple power sources. • offers economic & technical optimization, based on the configuration of PV, Battery and Genset. The goals of the system is to: • provide 24 hours reliable electricity supply to the user. • reduce usage of diesel fuel & maintenance cost. • maximize the uses of renewable energy. • enable remote and on-site monitoring and controlling the system.... read more
SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A.: Case Study in Commercial UPS Application (Middle East)

SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A.: Case Study in Commercial UPS Application (Middle East)

Case Study in Commercial UPS Application: Backup Power in Dubai Airport based on SUNLIGHT VRLA Batteries   The Need Dubai International Airport is a major airline hub in Middle East. It is the main airport of Dubai and it consists of three terminals, having a total capacity of 80 million passengers annually. Terminal 3 is the largest building in the world by floor space and the largest airport terminal in the world. Dubai Airport (DXB) is spread over an area of 8,500 acres. Currently DBX is the 7th busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic and the 2nd busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic. In addition to being an important passenger traffic hub, the airport is also the busiest cargo airport in world, handling 2.44 million tonnes of cargo. Because of Dubai Airport’s size and vital role in terms of passengers and cargo traffic, the airport has to be fully functional 24x7x365. Failing to respond on a power failure will surely result in a series of issues both in terms of safety and costs. Therefore the designing, installation and functioning of reliable backup power systems aiming to provide uninterruptible power supply in case of power failure is a very critical and an integral part of its operations.   The Challenge Dubai airport can be characterized as a masterpiece of operations. In this context, coping with its rapid growth over the years, while safeguarding in parallel its everyday operations in terms of power supplies is a very challenging task. One of the key success factors for achieving this is the selection of reliable partners that can... read more
EPBA: Consumer Battery Selection Guide

EPBA: Consumer Battery Selection Guide

This guide aims to assist consumers in selecting batteries for intended applications. The recommended battery chemistry is based on: The expected power demand of the appliance The intensity with which the appliance is used The guide has been developed using the most recent information available. We recommend however that the device manufacturer’s instructions should always be followed.   Source: EPBA (The European Portable Battery Association) http://www.bbma.co.uk/pdf/5505_EPBA_BatterySelectionGuide_11613.pdf... read more
RES SOPzS & RES SOPzV welcome on board!

RES SOPzS & RES SOPzV welcome on board!

As the Renewable Energy Storage (RES) market keeps on evolving very fast, we continue enriching our products and services portfolio in order to better serve RES market’s specific needs. In this context, we are proud to present you two new product ranges, belonging in the RES Series, mainly suitable for autonomous / hybrid power systems in residential or infrastructure installations.   RES SOPzV SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A. | RES SOPzV Sales Leaflet from SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A. RES SOPzS SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A. | RES SOPzS Sales Leaflet from SYSTEMS SUNLIGHT S.A.... read more
Eurobat – Industrial Battery Market 2012 | Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

Eurobat – Industrial Battery Market 2012 | Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA)

REGIONS: «Wider» Europe, Middle East and Africa COUNTRIES: 72 SEGMENT: Motive and Stand-by markets PRODUCTS: 2V Cells and Mono-blocks   POLICY: a) Based on invoicing addresses b) Collection of Data every 6 months   Stand-by Market 2012 by Region – € millions   Motive Battery Market 2012 by Product Category – in ‘000 Units  ... read more