The South Africa Energy Management System Project is a smart grid project located in South Africa. The project was commissioned in 2020.
The South Africa Energy Management System Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure, renewable integration project with a rated capacity of 11MW. It is implemented in the renewable energy generator.
The smart grid project is developed by Higeco More.
The South Africa Energy Management System Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Energy Management System
South Africa Energy Management System Project development status
The commissioning of South Africa Energy Management System Project was completed in 2020.
Higeco More will construct and complete the South Africa Energy Management System Project.
– Higeco More, a leading company in the development of advanced turnkey solutions for monitoring and control of PV assets, has completed the supply of its Energy Management System for 11 plants in South Africa – The 11 plants are located near major South African cities including Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Port Elizabeth and are operated by a drinks company – The sites host PV systems with 11 MW of generation capacity and are also equipped with diesel generators to ensure continuity of production during load shedding periods or faults in the electricity grid – Due to that situation, many companies have equipped their plants both with PV systems and back-up diesel generators to ensure continuity of production – It is therefore necessary to install an energy management system (EMS) to manage and balance the energy flows in the micro-grid at the production sites.
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