Can you imagine power coming into your city buildings from both wind and solar energy? Now you can, with the ZED-Winsol, which is a wind and solar hybrid system tied into external power grid. We augment the grid with a solar panel array of 2kW and wind mast of just a kW. The power inverter connected to all 3 sources, detects the source and optimizes the load coming in from solar or wind. Every time a power-intensive appliance like a refrigerator or a grinder is used, it’s tied into the grid. So the impact load is fed from the grid, saving over 70% grid power. The wind mast designed on a Helix platform, helps to pick both vertical and horizontal directional energy and is rated to work at as little as 2.5 meters a second.
The wind factor alternates with the solar power in most evenings generating power through the night and augmenting the grid when needed. In case the grid fails, the safety feature called ‘anti-islanding’ helps the power to stay and it is ‘piped’ into a battery system for storage. This only gets better with ZED using only two batteries instead of the 15 used by most systems. These batteries are 12 volts 150 amp and can be augmented with a separate battery bank to store more power. Want to know more? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org