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Isolated Generation



So-called “off-grid” installations are those that are not interconnected with the large national and/or continental electric energy distribution grids.


Traditionally, this type of grid has always been small in size, with a maximum of a few dozen kilowatts and production was not “realtime” (energy produced at any given time = energy demand), but was based on accumulation using batteries with a capacity for several days. Although this system was adequate for small installations, such as telephone antennae, water extraction pumps, isolated dwellings,...it has serious drawbacks for larger installations due to cost factors, volume, maintenance, the lifespan of the batteries, etc.

::  Modular ADES system