Distributed generation proliferation is the new normal for distribution network operators, as the commercial viability of medium scale generation incentivises the development of this infrastructure. Connecting these generation plants to the grid provides a unique challenge, where connection is no longer trivial, but the costs of engineering connections must be reasonable. Noja Power’s new GMK product is an example of a turnkey point-of-connection switchgear developed in collaboration with Australian DNSPs and refined through diverse practical applications. By incorporating the typical product permutations into a single versatile product, end users can achieve both cost effective engineering for connections with the required flexibility of the application. Existing installed applications include: skid mounted mobile switchgear for connecting mining generators to equipment; rail connections for auto changeover; individual generator connection on private infrastructure; and connecting diesel generators for micro-grids.
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