Smarter Renewable Energy

Smart Renewable Energy

The explosive growth in solar & wind power is creating increasingly bigger power fluctuations while electricity generation does not match the timing of demand.

Maximizing renewable energy while providing energy security and uninterrupted electricity supply.

We develop utility-scale renewable projects and hybrid power systems that provide uninterrupted electricity supply helping solar & wind power reach their full potential. 

Hybrid power plants provide energy security and uninterrupted electricity supply using diverse energy sources and an ability to respond to load fluctuations.

The system balances the fluctuations in wind and solar power using an optimal combination of conventional power and intelligent energy storage. 

The automated hybrid control system minimizes electricity costs by maximizing the use of low-cost renewable electricity and supplementing with conventional fuel sources, retaining sufficient spinning reserve to handle any sudden changes in renewable output and demand.

The energy storage system can serve as a shock absorber, ramping up to meet loads while allowing the gas turbines to run less frequently.

The storage system can even out the power plant’s electricity output during times of variable wind and cloudy weather as well as provide uninterrupted electricity supply during network power cuts.

The hybrid power systems can also be used for stabilizing an isolated grid to secure industrial production processes.


Hybrid Renewable Power

The system balances the fluctuations in wind and solar power using an optimal combination of conventional power and intelligent energy storage

Smart Energy

Our Hybrid Power Solutions

We develop and provide solutions for cleaner energy that are both cost-effective and have a high impact on reducing emissions.

  • Providing energy security using diverse energy sources and balancing load fluctuations
  • Renewable Natural Gas blended with fossil natural gas leveraging existing natural gas infrastructure
  • Allowing large consumers of fuel and heat to indirectly use more renewable energy
  • Using the flexibility of the gas grid to store and provide backup energy