Tuesday, September 24, 2013

IndoGreenEnviro ships first hybrid wind and solar PV mill to UAE

Indo Green Enviro (Magarpatta City, Pune, India) has exported its first “Windstream SolarMill” to Sharjah, one of the emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to demonstrate 24 hour power output through hybrid energy generation.
The “Solar Mill” hybrid device combines vertical axis wind turbines combined with a solar photovoltaic (PV) panel. Solar Mill’s first UAE installation will open the doors for a large market in the Gulf countries, the company expects.
Continuous solar and wind power production
“Solar Mill produces power from sunlight as well as wind and therefore continuous power production happens for all the 24 hours rather than for just 5 hours in case of Solar only equipment,” said Rahul Shringarpure of Indo Green Enviro.
“Furthermore, hybrid energy solution averages out the power output in non-sunny or non-windy days as wind-less days have high sunlight and vice versa thus ensuring continuous power supply with Hybrid energy equipment throughout the seasons.”
“This shipment to UAE is just a start towards large business ahead,” he added. “This hybrid energy mill is small in size, attractive in design and affordable at cost, which makes it attractive proposition for both business establishment and residential customers to meet the requirement of continuous power supply.”