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Containerised Mobile Solar Systems

Posted by Martin Pfaff on

We offer Cyclone Proof Containerised Solar Solutions - ideal for the Pacific area. During a tropical cyclone event, the solar modules and mounting system can be packed and stored safely inside the container. The solar system in this video is a 37.8kWp solar solution with 126 solar panels and LiFePO4 battery storage (15 year life, 5 year warranty). The solar container is designed and manufactured in Germany. They are available in different sizes - 5kWp to 52kWp, and with a backup generator. Contact us.

Our engineer is visiting Papua New Guinea in November and December - if you would like to discuss this.

 

Cyclone Proof Solar Containers - Pacific

With tropical cyclone season fast approaching, Pacific meteorological agencies are warning of up to 13 tropical cyclones expected by April 2016. ALOSUN recommends Cyclone Proof Containerised Solar Solutions (5-52kWp) for off-grid needs - it can be packed away during a cyclone event.

Posted by Alosun on Wednesday, October 21, 2015

EL NINO UPDATE: With tropical cyclone season fast approaching, Pacific meteorological agencies are warning of above average activity with up to 13 named tropical cyclones expected between now and April. New Zealand normally experiences one ex-tropical cyclone a year, reaching as close as 550km off shore -- but the prospects for other regions of the Pacific are more severe.

Tropical cyclones have a significant impact across the southwest Pacific each year, with Vanuatu and New Caledonia experiencing the most activity of the region, averaging two to three named events a year. With the elevated activity across the entire southwest Pacific region, the combined agencies issued a warning to all those in the affected areas.

It is recommended that all communities remain alert and well prepared for severe events.

At least six Category 3 tropical cyclones are expected, with wind speeds of at least 118km/h.

It is also expected that four systems could reach Category 4, meaning wind speeds of 159km/h.


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