LOWER ELECTRICITY PRICES
POWER ON-SALE TO TENTS: CHEAPER THAN THE MARKET RATE
REDUCED EMISSIONS OF CARBON
PERFECT CIRCUMSTANCES FOR SAFE, LONG-TERM TENANCIES
MAKING YOUR OPERATION FUTURE-PROOF
An off-grid solar system is what?
To maximize the advantages of solar electricity, TGR can incorporate embedded networks or microgrids into a network.
Do you have a network implanted at your location? If yes, would you prefer to supplement it with solar power? Creating an embedded network for your solar PV system is something you might be interested in.
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We have a lot of expertise integrating PV into embedded networks and microgrids that already exist.
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An embedded network is what?
Electricity infrastructure that is privately owned and operated is referred to as embedded networks or microgrids. They are typically seen in multi-tenanted districts, airports, shopping malls, or residences. There are also embedded, grid-connected networks for electricity. They use electricity from the main meter box, which connects them to the grid. Renters receive discounted electricity after it is purchased in bulk. The main gate meter can be managed separately from the embedded networks.
- Embedded networks boost competition in electricity retailing and drive down energy costs.
- You can future-proof your business by adding solar PV and solar batteries to your site's electrical mix. This will give you some protection from rising electricity prices.
- Energy management and efficiency on embedded networks are substantially more precise, which reduces overall energy consumption. This is excellent news for Australia as a country with the greatest carbon emissions per capita in the world, as well as for your company's ability to demonstrate corporate responsibility and present an environmentally sound image in the marketplace.
- Instead of quarterly billing, it usually occurs monthly, giving customers more control over their spending.
What fundamental components make up embedded networks created by TGR?
- The single point of access to the network is one gateway meter, and as a result, there is only one bill from the retailer for the entire site (bulk buying power provides a cheaper rate).
- Owner/tenant meters that track how much electricity is used in each office or apartment.
- Solar power systems can give integrated network energy even more affordable than it can be bought.
- For the embedded network as a whole, a commercial-scale battery like the Tesla Powerpack will maximize self-sufficiency.
Can solar-powered embedded networks generate electricity?
Yes, although it depends on the rules and specifications of the local grid. Export authorization may be granted for a solar-powered embedded network that makes passive income by reselling extra electricity to the grid.
If the export is rejected, TGR can build an embedded network with a zero export solar system to satisfy local electricity needs. As the grid and domestic electricity markets develop, your request to export solar electricity may be granted. Your zero export solar system can be upgraded to support export.
CAN EMBEDDED NETWORKS ADD SOLAR BATTERIES?
Definitely. By including battery storage into your embedded solar-powered network, you may make even greater financial savings. This will enable you to pay for the electricity used by your site at night as well as during the off-peak morning and afternoon hours.
Why do big energy customers (those who use more than 100,000 kWh yearly) pay less for electricity?
Large electricity consumers frequently purchase in bulk to receive lower network fees and better supply prices. The cost of electricity maybe half as much where bulk buyers reside. As a result, embedded networks are more lucrative.
Can you use an embedded network outside the grid?
Although it is conceivable, the procedure might be very challenging. Microgrids or embedded networks that are not connected to the grid are still uncommon. Towns, suburbs, and precincts that entirely disconnect from the outside world are frequently referred to as "Microgrids in I landed Mode." This is distinct from a hybrid microgrid or one that is grid-connected and can switch between the two. Around the world, especially in rural Australia, there are numerous microgrid trials and examples being done. Even though the technology is advancing and decentralized power grids are becoming more common, setting up an entire town or suburb as an embedded microgrid or embedded system is still challenging and expensive.
The grid serving as a backup is a wise notion right now. But be sure to watch this space!
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