Hybrid energy solution for underground rail

Off Grid Energy, a manufacturer of power solutions for the construction industry, has installed its largest and most powerful temporary power hybrid unit at Kennington Tube station in London. Four new customer passageways are being built at the station as part of work on the Northern Line Extension, which will extend the London Underground (LU) network from Kennington to Battersea Power Station via Nine Elms. The company provided the gridtogo battery storage solution with a power output of 195 kVA. Reducing generator running hours, the battery improves fuel efficiency, as well as reducing polluting emissions, CO2 and noise. The unit has a storage capacity of 350 kWh, setting the bar for energy storage technology in temporary power. By using smart monitoring, the company can utilise real time energy data from this project to judge how much power is needed for future similar projects and so better size generators in the future.

Contact Danny Jones, Off Grid Energy, info@offgrid-energy.co.uk


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