Standalone power systems (SAPS) maker Boundary Power has announced its first east coast sale, with the company to deploy and hand over one of its units to an unnamed NSW utility company next month.
Boundary said on Friday that it had had “significant success” in Western Australia since launching in 2020, and was “elated” to now see the east coast welcome its technology.
“To have Boundary Power’s very first Solar Qube deployment going into New South Wales, a market seeing significant growth, is incredibly exciting for the team who built the product here,” said Rod Henderson, the company’s director.
“The stand-alone power system market along Australia’s East Coast is advancing rapidly, with SAPS technology now being embraced by Emergency Services, communications providers, and the mining industry.
“This order is evidence of the market’s desire for a customisable and reliable, off-grid renewable energy solution.”
SAPS solutions combine solar and battery for generating, storing and supplying electricity.
Boundary Power is a joint venture between WA’s Horizon Power and Tomago-headquartered electrical engineering specialist Ampcontrol, which Henderson heads.
Boundary currently has WA customers using the company’s Nano, R-Series and Kiosk models for utility and communications settings.
Earlier this year it announced an Australian-first deployment of a system powering a remote Telstra tower at Esperance. According to a statement, the unit is able to deliver 12 kilowatts of continuous power and to continue operating in the event of a natural disaster and resulting interruption of power delivery by poles and wires.
Picture: A Solar Qube (supplied)
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