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Producing green energy is only part of the solution. Exporting that energy to the grid can be expensive and problematic. For example, grid-tied inverters can account for 25% of the installed costs and there are many examples where grid connections are either not available or don’t have the capacity to receive the power. By using the energy co-located with the solar array, we avoid not only the costs associated with the grid connection, but also the losses in transmission. Examples of co-located usage are things such as: data centres, crypto farms, green gases such as hydrogen, methane, ammonia, and/or methanol. A key part of co-located usage is enough energy storage to run continuously, a feature of our solution.
The capacity factor is the ratio of actual electrical energy output over a given period of time to the theoretical maximum electrical energy output over that same period.
The levelised cost of electricity (LCOE), or levelised cost of energy, is a measure of the average net present cost of electricity generation for a generator over its lifetime. It is used for investment planning and to compare different methods of electricity generation on a consistent basis.