OnSite Power Production

Onsite Renewable Power AESRPT

 

The Point To Point OnSite AESRPT Electricity will help utility operators to transform their electrical distribution networks; lower operation cost and eliminates blackouts. The OnSite solutions will generate electricity power at the location where the electricity is needed. With energy demand growing, the OnSite Micro-Grid solution provides opportunities for  property owners to have power security and or zero energy bills; Independent Power Producers can now generate 100% reliable power 24 hrs a day with a zero emission green energy solution.  This is a smarter and securer Grid solution, reducing or eliminating power black Outs. The OnSite renewable power generator can be designed as a SubStation Generator, OnSite Primary Power System, or a power backup unit.

The Onsite AESRPT Electricity system can be controlled remotely from any location in the world. This is a scalable renewable energy solution that can be utilized to support local power substations and or effectively bypassing transmission lines.

The Onsite AESRPT Electricity system not only insures maximum security during times of power outages, but also prevents national grid failure.  The OnSite Electricity system approach is one that takes into account functional requirements such as system and customer requirements. The System requirements include elements of rated voltage, rated frequency, system configuration present and future, connected loads, lines, generation, voltage tolerances (over and under), thermal limits, short-circuit levels, frequency tolerance (over and under), stability limits, critical fault clearing time, system expansion, and interconnection.

There Are Two Types of Scalable Micro-Grid Solutions:

1)      The OnSite Micro-Grid Distribution Station.

This electricity power distribution network system provides the distribution configuration that will directly supply electricity to customers. The OnSite Distribution Smarter Grid network is typically located close to the load centers, meaning that they are usually located in or near the neighborhoods that they supply power to.

2)      The OnSite Micro-Grid Power System.

This is an OnSite electricity power system that generated power at the location where the power is needed. The system can  function as the primary and main source for electricity power. The technical requirements and system design are based on the site power consumption and location.

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