At times when traditional, expensive sources of power are blamed for their impact on the environment, new paths are exploited to mark the beginning of the era of energy independence, even in developing countries where progress is usually delayed by poverty.
While some of the people living in rich nations are eager to experiment cleaner, greener ways of recharging their gadgets, others from remote regions are worried about not being able to lighten their homes. A revolutionary concept can now respond to both challenges in an efficient manner.
is delivering its amazing Independent Power System (IPS), manufactured in Luxembourg, to make sure that lack of electricity will not represent an emerging problem anymore.
The system can provide clean green power coming from the sun 24/7, so that homeowners will no longer have to feel threatened by the dark.
The solar power supply is enough to last for up to 5 days. The clean energy is stored by a battery and then distributed to respond to the individual power demand. It seems that developers have thought about everything, since they have managed to find a way to overcome all the disadvantages posed by renewables.
Since the sun doesn't shine at a touch of a button and rainy, cloudy days are often considered a problem, IPS also comes equipped with a generator running on diesel, or vegetable oil, for a lower carbon footprint, reliable enough to offer up to one third of the overall power required by users.
Since the hybrid concept is supposed to be as eco-friendly as possible, IPS will mostly depend on solar power stored by the integrated battery.
By implementing this beneficial system, SolarTec wants to reduce the costs of energy while giving homeowners unlimited access to cleaner, greener power.