Solar Qube standalone renewable system deployed in NSW

Boundary Power has successfully delivered the first onsite deployment of Solar Qube renewable power generation unit in regional New South Wales.

Boundary Power, a joint venture between Horizon Power and Ampcontrol, said the installation was the first time an Ampcontrol manufactured onsite, renewable Stand-Alone Power System (SAPS) had been deployed on the Australian East Coast.

The Solar Qube is a self-sufficient renewable power generation unit that incorporates solar photovoltaic panels, inverters, battery storage technology and a backup generator.

The solution is fully workshop assembled, with all electrical testing and commissioning completed before the unit arrives at the deployment site.

It is designed to withstand extreme Australian conditions and will provide the end user with the confidence of continuous, reliable renewable power throughout the year.

Ampcontrol Managing Director & CEO Rod Henderson said: “To have Boundary Power’s very first Solar Qube deployed into New South Wales, a market that is seeing significant growth, is exciting for the team who designed the product here in the Hunter Valley.

“We look forward to seeing the increase in demand from the east coast as they follow in Western Australia’s footsteps and embrace off-grid renewable SAPS to deliver energy into remote communities.”

To date six Solar Qube SPS have been fabricated, electrically fitted out, and tested in Ampcontrol’s Tomago, NSW Workshop.

Boundary Power Business Manager Amy Guo said: “Electricity Network providers within Australia’s East Coast are now able to embrace off-grid SAPS technology and provide alternative solutions to end users in remote locations.

“These SAPS products are safer and more reliable than tradition grid power.”

Picture: Ampcontrol/Solar Qube

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