4 Results for tag Remote Communities

Tuvalu Aims to be Completely Renewable

The Pacific Islands are investing heavily in renewable energy as a new power supply, with this option representing an ideal solution for remote communities that are struggling to access existing electrical infrastructure. There are a number of reasons for this shift. One of the biggest is that countries in the region currently rely on expensive […] ... Read More

New Plans to Take Whole Housing Developments Off the Grid

Battery storage technology is now a major growth area, with many organisations considering the possibility of using solar photovoltaic systems coupled with battery storage as an alternative to grid electricity. The impact of this has already been seen, with organisations like the University of Queensland investing in a solar plus battery storage system in order […] ... Read More

MPower’s Innovation Recognised at the 2013 Engineering Awards

Media Release – Wednesday 28 August, 2013 For Immediate Release MPower, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tag Pacific Limited and leading power systems provider congratulates Power and Water Corporation on winning the Research, Development and Innovation Award for the TKLN Renewable Energy Project. The award was won at this year’s Northern Division Engineering Excellence Awards […] ... Read More

Remote communities benefiting from solar/diesel hybrids

Among the main challenges that communities face in Australia is around access to electricity, especially in the more remote parts of the country. Often, it is uneconomical to supply these communities with mains power from the national grid, leaving them dependent on energy sources like diesel generators that have been brought in to meet their […] ... Read More

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