Hybrid power source 2015-08-18 by Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation

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hps solution the hps business case a water pumping station was drawing some 1,095mwh from the grid at an annual energy cost of €164,250 taking hps to the company mitsubishi electric and avangreen have been able to achieve over 30 energy savings with a payback period of less than four years the grid connection through the use of hps was combined with an on-site solar power installation not only was hps able to optimise the performance of the water pumping station it was also able to maximise the use of the energy produced by the pv plant taking advantage of clean and free energy and only drawing energy from the grid when needed energy requirement from the grid was reduced to 740mwh resulting in an annual energy cost of €111,076 – a 32 saving of €53,173 further with the pv plant costing €200,000 to install hps was able to deliver a return on investment in just 3.7 years roi 3.7 years saving 32 pumping station operated at 1,095mwh €164,250 pa hps enabled solar power added energy requirements reduced 740mwh €111,076 pa how hps works advantages of hps helping to drive up energy efficiency hps focuses first on the optimisation of different components used within the industrial process such as pumps and motors in addition hps can optimally synchronise the electric grid and any other power source automatically enabling direct current input to deliver greater efficiency and reduced losses ƒƒ hps combines important energy and cost savings with significantly reduced installation complexity and investment users can achieve importantly the switchover between different grid supplies or between connected grid and off-grid supplies is seamless with no disruption where renewable power is available hps will take full advantage of that supply and will automatically switch back to the grid when there is insufficient renewable energy production ƒƒ reduced capital expenditure ƒƒ energy savings through optimised consumption in critical processes ƒƒ cost savings by combining electric grid with alternative energy sources ƒƒ quick return on investment through energy savings ƒƒ easier implementation of energy autonomy strategies ƒƒ simple simultaneous and automatic operation ƒƒ reduced operational and maintenance costs ƒƒ easy integration of different power sources ƒƒ no need to talk to energy providers 3