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We recently had the opportunity to sit down and answer some questions for the folks over at www.altenergymag.com. Learn about our upcoming trade show at this year’s Solar Power International!

Read the article from altenergymag here: Talking SPI with OutBack Power

Published in Latest News

Energy Storage has been getting a lot of attention lately – but why is it so important?

Anyone who has looked into battery systems at all knows that they can provide backup power when the grid fails, but that’s not why the grid needs them. In fact, few mandates or incentive programs even mention backup power. The real need has to do with the nature of solar energy and how the electric grid operates.

Published in Grid-Connected

Hawaiian schools found themselves in a predicament with air conditioning and heat abatement until they partnered with OutBack and SimpliPhi to install solar PV systems and battery storage. In some cases, the temperatures exceeded 100 degrees Fahrenheit, creating a difficult learning environment for both teachers and students.

Published in Off-Grid

Village Fârdea is part of a commune of seven settlements nestled in the rolling hills of western Romania, which, once a socialist enclave, is now a member of the European union. Ringed by the Carpathian Mountains, the region’s natural beauty, legendary history as part of Transylvania, and modernizing infrastructure is transforming communities such as Fârdea into tourist and recreational destinations.

Published in Grid-Connected

The Lumen Prophetae monastery in São Paulo, Brazil houses approximately 200 students who have committed to following and reaping the rewards of a religious life. In Brazil, the institution currently has a significant and growing number of religious benefactors. The religious association has several houses in Brazil and around the world. Because the location of this facility is in a remote area with poor power quality and consistency, the monastery decided to install a hybrid energy system to address the power problem.

Published in Grid-Connected


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