In some regions of the world, there is an insufficient or no power supply at all. Therefore, diesel generators are often used to provide electricity.
Due to the increasing costs of diesel and its transport to often remote areas as well as the declining prices for PV technology, the demand for PV diesel hybrid solutions in these areas is increasing.
Such a hybrid system consists of one or more diesel generators, a PV system and an intelligent control system.
This control system ensures that the diesel generator is deployed in the event of an output drop of the PV system, thus contributing sufficiently to improving stability of the grid.
The advantages compared to a pure diesel generator are not only lower fuel costs and reduced risk due to greater planning reliability, but also environmental protection due to lower CO2 emissions.