Where an electricity provider is either not available or too expensive, the MOSCET off-grid solution provides
the ability to generate reliable power, reduce cost and minimise inconvenience.
Mini Grid / Decentralized systems can be supplied from different sources of renewable energy. The source of electricity may be solar, wind or hydro. Ownership of the systems depends on the business model applied when implementing decentralized systems.
In a grid tie system, solar panels generate Direct Current when(DC) electricity any time when the sun rays are available. The DC electricity converted to Alternating Current (AC) electricity by a special type grid tie inverter. The AC electricity is then fed in to the national grid and offsets some of the electricity from the utility.
Solar lighting systems include solar street and security lights. With an independent solar panel and battery backup, these lights provide area lighting for roads sides and general area lighting.
UPS or uninterruptible power supply, is a power supply that includes a battery to maintain power in the event of a power outage. Typically, a UPS keeps a computer, plant or electrical equipment running for several minutes or hours after a power outage.
Solar water heating systems include solar geysers. For an average household, 30% to 40% of the monthly electricity bill goes to water heating. Our solar water heating systems use heat from the sun to heat domestic water.
Using the power of the sun is the obvious choice for the majority of pumping applications. DC water pumps are highly efficient and there is no requirement for expensive electrical connections to remote areas and installations are virtually maintenance free.