The solar power system converts Direct Current (DC) electricity into Alternating Current (AC) electricity via the inverter.  It is also able to synchronize to interface with utility line, in preference to use solar power source for appliances.

Advantages: Low installation and maintenance cost due to battery-free system. Besides, it will automatically cut off power when grid power is down for the sake of safety. Thirdly, it is easy to upgrade and expand the system. Last but not least, the lifespan is long (up to 25 years).

Similar to grid-tie solution but has backup batteries. This solution also  prioritize to use clean power over grid electricity.The solution has the advantage of significantly cutting back on electricity expense, contributing to protecting the environment.

In addition, the system also satisfies the 24/24 usage needs, indenpendent on the grid power. Users are still able to use electric equipment even when there is a power cut by using the power from backup batteries (has been prioritized to charge by solar power). The number of batteries needed are proportionate to load demand.

This is the solution using solar power in combination with back up batteries, not connected to the grid. The backup power will be converted to AC for appliances thanks to the inverter. This solution has the advantage of not being dependent on the grid.

The system is designed by module-based, easy to upgrade to higher capacity. The battery voltage is configurable: 12V, 24V, 36V, 48V, 60V. More than that, the solution is protected over surcharge, overload, inversion, etc. The inverter is fully automated and able to monitor by using monitoring screen. Also, there is an alert system when accidents occurred.

PV-Genset system is the combination of diesel generator sets and photovoltaic technology. It’s for remote areas or areas with unstable public electricity grids. The system can use solar power during daytime and supported by the generator in the night-time.

Bringing the two power generation systems together has become economically beneficial for the areas that do not have electricity grid. Also, the environmental pollution due to using diesel generator is greatly reduced.

The power consumption of Base Transceiver Station (BTS) is a significant operating cost of any telecommunications service provider. A small cut from the OPEX translates to a substantial competitiveness. It is where hybrid power solution from SolarBK finds application.

The optimized usage of solar panels, small wind turbines, batteries and diesel gensets can save the customers thousands of dollars per BTS annually. Particularly, our speed – variable gensets which match the power demand of the BTS with the fuel consumption is able to add more value to our solution.

A base transceiver station (BTS) is a piece of equipment that facilitates wireless communication between user equipment (UE) and a network. UEs are devices like mobile phones (handsets), WLL phones, computers with wireless Internet connectivity. BTS power source can be combined solar energy, wind energy, utility grid, a generator or from any source available at the local site. SolarBK has experienced BTS projects in Thanh Hoa province, Myanmar…

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