Find out how your team can benefit from SPOC's Grid Inverter and Energy Storage Solutions (ESS) for remote and marine applications.
SPOC is a specialized drive and inverter automation technology company with over 70,000 successfully deployed inverters that apply power efficiently for grid-connected, off-grid, island, and hybrid systems in remote and marine applications.
Business and regulatory demands, along with advancing technology, are calling for the incorporation of renewables. However, renewable energy resources such as solar and wind present their own unique set of challenges — especially when it comes to supply interruptions caused by their inherent inconsistency.
But the need for increased energy efficiency is a must, and the cost of infrastructure and fuel can be high. That’s where energy storage systems come into play.
Whether you need primary power for a remote oilfield deep in the Texas desert or next-generation backup power for critical systems that cannot go dark, SPOC Grid Inverter Technologies has the technology and the expertise to keep your job site running.
Affordable and Reliable Energy Storage
A growing number of operations are adding energy storage components, such as batteries, to their existing sources of power. The use of energy storage has allowed them to overcome load fluctuations and eliminate large demand charges. As the price for energy storage components continues to fall, even those using fossil fuels as their main source of energy are realizing the benefits of hybridized systems via numerous efficiencies, including reductions in fuel, maintenance, and emissions.
Suited to both on- and off-grid applications, microgrids are self-sufficient energy systems that can have one or more means to supply power within its system. They not only act as a backup for the grid, but can also be used to cut costs or connect to a local resource that is too small or unreliable for traditional grid use. Microgrids allow for more energy independence and, in some cases, are more environmentally friendly.
Co-generation is the simultaneous production of two or more forms of energy from a single fuel source. Also known as recycled energy, combined heat and power, or distributed generation, co-generation power sources can operate up to 70% more efficiently than single-generation facilities.
In practical terms, co-generation usually entails the use of what would otherwise be wasted heat to produce additional power, such as heat or electricity. A simple example of co-generation is recycling the heat from engine exhaust as its own power.
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