On-Grid Solar Rooftop and Solar PV Farms

Energy Supply with Utility Grid

Become more independent in the use of energy with intelligent technology from Off Grid Thailand.

  • Your system will offset some or most of your usage
  • You can expand or change your system on a modular basis at any time
  • You can rely on our support, from planning to commissioning the system

On-Grid Systems are connected to utility grids and feed power back into the grid. These systems consist of PV panels that are connected to the grid via a tie inverter. The power produced by the PV system can either supply electrical loads to or be fed back into the grid when the PV system's output is greater than the load demand. 

Off-Grid Solar Systems and Hybrid On/Off-grid Solar Systems

Energy Supply with or without the Utility Grid

Become more independent in the use of energy with intelligent technology from Off Grid Thailand.

  • You become completely independent from external energy supplies
  • You can expand or change your system on a modular basis at any time
  • You can rely on our support, from planning to commissioning the system
  • Redirect energy to the loads when the backup battery system is fully charged
  • Optional ability to send excess energy back to the grid

Off-Grid is a system and lifestyle designed to help people function without the support of remote infrastructure, such as an electrical grid. In electricity, off-grid can be stand-alone power system or mini-grids typically to provide a smaller community with electricity. Off-grid electrification is an approach to access electricity used in countries and areas with little access to electricity, due to scattered or distant population. The term off-the-grid (OTG) can refer to living in a self-sufficient manner without reliance on one or more public utilities.

Pressurized Hot Water Systems / Gravity Hot Water Systems

Solar Thermal Water Heating without Utility Grid

Become more independent in the use of energy with Solar hot water systems from Solar UD asia.

  • Collectors to take the heat from the sun and pass it to a fluid
  • The heat transfer fluid which takes the heat from the collector for use or storage
  • Heat exchangers to transfer the heat from the fluid to a home’s domestic water
  • Pumps to move the fluid through the collector and/or the exchanger, and sometimes to move the domestic water through the other side of the exchanger
  • Controllers to run the pumps when there is collector heat available

Solar Hot Water Systems capture and retain heat from the sun and transfer this heat to a liquid. Solar thermal heat is trapped using the “greenhouse effect,” in this case is the ability of a reflective surface to transmit short wave radiation and reflect long wave radiation. Heat and infrared radiation (IR) are produced when short wave radiation light hits a collector, which is then trapped inside the collector. Fluid, usually water, in contact with the collects the trapped heat to transfer it to storage.

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