Powerway's Design Requirements of Off-Grid Mounting System

Powerway solar off-grid system is designed for use in remote areas, far from public supply networks. It has various applications ranging from daily use such as traffic light operation, to communication and the supply of emergency energy.

Powerway solar off-grid system is designed for use in remote areas, far from public supply networks. It has various applications ranging from daily use such as traffic light operation, to communication and the supply of emergency energy.

The design requirements of small-scale off-grid system are listed as follows:

Light materials: For easy transportation to remote areas, our solar mounting systems tale advantage of lightweight aluminum.
Economic materials: The average cost of a small mounting system is relatively high compared to the large one. Our goal is to save on the cost of materials while still ensuring the safety of construction.
Simple installation: We minimize the type and number of pieces of equipment required, making installation faster and less complicated
Site specific: We take into consideration all the different geographic conditions as well as special requirements of each customer.

In July, Powerway solar mounting system provided a small-scale off-grid system to customers in Cambodia. When custom designing our professional products and services to benefit these new Cambodian clients, we took into consideration all of the above listed requirements.

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