Two NMI Residents To Have Freedom To Store Solar Power Soon.

New solar energy storage systems will soon be available to CNMI residents, enabling them to store the excess power produced by their solar systems. This enhanced functionality will give them less dependence on the electric grid, as well as access to power in the event of an outage.

Micronesia Renewable Energy will make PowerUp Max available as part of a solar service agreement. The solution will contain batteries that store the excess power generated by solar power systems to be used by customers when they need it. As opposed to feeding the solar power back to the grid, an inverter/charger operates in non-export mode striving to always handle a home’s energy needs with either solar or battery energy. In the event of a power outage, a switch in the inverter/charger automatically isolates the home from the electric grid to prevent the stored energy from feeding back into the power lines, so customers can then use the excess solar energy stored in the batteries as back- up.

“We are continuously striving to provide the residents of CNMI with comprehensive energy systems that fulfill their power needs,” said Jeff Voacolo, chief operating officer of Micronesia Renewable Energy. “These new solar energy storage systems will make certain that customers are able to achieve more intelligent power consumption, additional savings and increased reliability.”

PowerUp Max will be covered by a comprehensive warranty package, which includes system maintenance, repairs and 24/7 monitoring.

Micronesia Renewable Energy Inc. is a privately held operating company, specializing in the development, design and EPC of Renewable Energy Infrastructure, and Alternative Energy Solutions. MRE enables clients the advantage of reducing their carbon footprint, as well as lowering their facilities overall energy costs. MRE specializes in surpassing our clients’ expectations, through our team’s proven track record and solid reputation of executing projects on time and within budget.

Originally from Marianas Variety

Author: Darvin Tocmo

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