Posted September 04, 2019 16:47:23The Exelas technology platform, developed by Exelis, is a low-cost solution to the power needs of remote areas.
It is being used in remote areas to provide power, heat and light to remote locations by integrating photovoltaic modules, inverters and batteries into the buildings.
The technology also delivers energy via the solar wind.
Exela, which makes the technology, is offering an initial product to be installed on an Exelos Power Station in New Zealand, but there is no date yet.
The technology is being developed by an Exellos group based in Chile.
The company said the Exelastos technology platform can generate power for remote areas from as little as 10 watts to up to 300 watts and can store up to 10 gigawatt-hours of energy.
The Exels technology is a mix of photovampers, inverter modules and batteries, and is suitable for low-voltage power systems.
An Exelus Power Station with the Exels Technology Platform, at the Exelo Power Station, Chile.
Exels Technology Platform is being built at the site of the ExELA Power Station.
“We’ve already been able to deliver energy to remote villages, but we want to build on this, and have now demonstrated that it can be used to deliver power from the roof of buildings, from the rooftop of buildings to the rooftops of buildings,” Exeles technology leader and CEO Michael Lai said.
“It’s a really big step for us in terms of the energy density of this technology, which is why we’re excited to be delivering the technology on the Exela Power Station.”
Exelas Power Station is being set up on an existing building site on the northern edge of Santiago.
Exels energy storage platform at Exelatos Power Stations in Chile and Chile.
Exelatoms power storage platform is being installed at a construction site on a building site in Chile’s northern Andean province.
According to Lai, Exelayas power storage technology is the first to integrate photovollution modules into buildings to produce power from solar energy.
“We want to make it possible to provide this energy from the rooftop, and we’re also developing the technology to provide it from the roofs of buildings.”
The platform is the result of the collaboration between Exelats founders Michael Lenga and Guillermo González, who have developed Exelahas power technologies.
“The concept of photolampers was born in the early 2000s, and it is now our passion to create an energy storage solution that is flexible and scalable,” said Gonzáles.
Lenga, who is also CEO of Exelash, said the technology is not a technology that will be easily copied by others.
We need to develop our technology as a modular system, with modules and modules and more modules,” he said.
However, Exellas technology will be a step up from existing solutions.
As a pilot project, the Exellats Power Station has a single-story building and a roof.
This type of project will be the first of its kind in the world, said Lai.
Currently, Exels Power Stands are designed for large scale solar energy storage projects, but Exelays technology is more suitable for small scale projects.
For more on Exelams technology visit: http://exelstechnology.com.au/ Source: Google News