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by:MERITSUN     2019-10-22
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OSHAWA --
Power companies in Oshawa are working with Japanese companies to launch possibly the firstof-its-
A solar pilot project in Canada that allows residents to store electricity at home for use in the event of a power outage.
The solar photovoltaic and energy management pilot project will install solar panels and energy storage batteries in 30 homes in Oshawa.
At present, most households in Ontario with solar energy only sell the energy produced back to the grid.
Under the pilot program, each household will have a Tabuchi electric hybrid inverter and energy management system that will allow homeowners to choose whether to store, sell or use the electricity generated by Panasonic solar panels.
Atul Mahajan said: "I think this is undoubtedly a groundbreaking event for Oshawa electric power, but even for the entire public utilities industry . " The CEO of oshawa PUC was at the launch of the project in August. 5.
Through the project, utilities will be able to look at how customers can use electricity in a decentralized network, he explained.
Storing Power in the battery will allow homeowners to have a backup in the event of a power outage caused by a storm (such as an ice storm last winter.
The battery is stored for nearly 10 KW hours.
An average of four households in Ontario use 800 KW hours a month, so the duration of 10 KW hours depends on how electricity is used.
It can take a few hours if a family uses full power at home, but sticking to basics like lighting and stoves may mean it will last for a day or more.
In addition to saving power for power outages, homeowners can also store power from the grid at off-
Peak time used in on-
During peak hours, and during peak hours, solar energy is sold to the grid.
The pilot project is being funded by NEDO, half a country in Japan.
Government organizations that bring together the private sector, academia and research institutions.
The organization conducts technology demonstration projects around the world and promotes Japanese companies.
This will be NEDO's first project in Canada.
"Since 2010, NEDO has been conducting overseas demonstration projects to make global contributions and promote renewable energy and energy conservation," said NEDO, representative of Hironori Mochiki . ".
Currently, partners in the project are working to determine where the system will be installed, both in old houses and in new market segments. Mr.
Each house has to accommodate about 20 to 30 roofs, Mahajan said.
Solar panels on top.
In addition to the battery for each home, there will be a community
Test the size of the electrical storage system at the same time.
The goal is to install these systems by spring or summer of 2015, and then the pilot project will run for about a year and a half. The home-
The system based will be controlled by a small unit that is easy to install in hand.
Masahiko Kurohiji, head of global sales and marketing at Tabuchi Electric, said: "It's like a smartphone-type LCD display where you can control the flow of energy . ".
He explained that his company has been in the inverter business for some time.
The inverter converts DC to AC.
DC power comes from the battery, while AC power comes from the power grid and is accessed at home through a power outlet.
The combination of inverters and energy management systems with batteries is a new product.
The system is relatively small, the size of the hybrid inverter and battery is similar to that of the traditional PC hard disk Tower, and it is easy to install in the garage or in the basement.
As for the cost of the unit, Sir
Mahajan will only say that this is not a consumer.
Friendly now.
"This is what we are doing," he said . ".
"This is not the cost --
It worked well today, but we have started to take this curve and the cost will drop soon.
MP Amy England spoke on behalf of the mayor, thanking the project partners for choosing Oshawa and trusting them.
Anderson expressed support for the province.
"We are very much looking forward to contributing to Canadian society, especially from Oshawa," he said . "Kurohiji.
"We are very honored to be able to work with Oshawa hydro and Panasonic. ” Mr.
Mahajan said that while the auto industry is still important in Oshawa, the city is taking all the right steps in terms of economic transformation.
"The city is doing everything that needs to be done, from traditional cars --
"From the basic economy to the smart economy," he said . ". OSHAWA --
Power companies in Oshawa are working with Japanese companies to launch possibly the firstof-its-
A solar pilot project in Canada that allows residents to store electricity at home for use in the event of a power outage.
The solar photovoltaic and energy management pilot project will install solar panels and energy storage batteries in 30 homes in Oshawa.
At present, most households in Ontario with solar energy only sell the energy produced back to the grid.
Under the pilot program, each household will have a Tabuchi electric hybrid inverter and energy management system that will allow homeowners to choose whether to store, sell or use the electricity generated by Panasonic solar panels.
Atul Mahajan said: "I think this is undoubtedly a groundbreaking event for Oshawa electric power, but even for the entire public utilities industry . " The CEO of oshawa PUC was at the launch of the project in August. 5.
Through the project, utilities will be able to look at how customers can use electricity in a decentralized network, he explained.
Storing Power in the battery will allow homeowners to have a backup in the event of a power outage caused by a storm (such as an ice storm last winter.
The battery is stored for nearly 10 KW hours.
An average of four households in Ontario use 800 KW hours a month, so the duration of 10 KW hours depends on how electricity is used.
It can take a few hours if a family uses full power at home, but sticking to basics like lighting and stoves may mean it will last for a day or more.
In addition to saving power for power outages, homeowners can also store power from the grid at off-
Peak time used in on-
During peak hours, and during peak hours, solar energy is sold to the grid.
The pilot project is being funded by NEDO, half a country in Japan.
Government organizations that bring together the private sector, academia and research institutions.
The organization conducts technology demonstration projects around the world and promotes Japanese companies.
This will be NEDO's first project in Canada.
"Since 2010, NEDO has been conducting overseas demonstration projects to make global contributions and promote renewable energy and energy conservation," said NEDO, representative of Hironori Mochiki . ".
Currently, partners in the project are working to determine where the system will be installed, both in old houses and in new market segments. Mr.
Each house has to accommodate about 20 to 30 roofs, Mahajan said.
Solar panels on top.
In addition to the battery for each home, there will be a community
Test the size of the electrical storage system at the same time.
The goal is to install these systems by spring or summer of 2015, and then the pilot project will run for about a year and a half. The home-
The system based will be controlled by a small unit that is easy to install in hand.
Masahiko Kurohiji, head of global sales and marketing at Tabuchi Electric, said: "It's like a smartphone-type LCD display where you can control the flow of energy . ".
He explained that his company has been in the inverter business for some time.
The inverter converts DC to AC.
DC power comes from the battery, while AC power comes from the power grid and is accessed at home through a power outlet.
The combination of inverters and energy management systems with batteries is a new product.
The system is relatively small, the size of the hybrid inverter and battery is similar to that of the traditional PC hard disk Tower, and it is easy to install in the garage or in the basement.
As for the cost of the unit, Sir
Mahajan will only say that this is not a consumer.
Friendly now.
"This is what we are doing," he said . ".
"This is not the cost --
It worked well today, but we have started to take this curve and the cost will drop soon.
MP Amy England spoke on behalf of the mayor, thanking the project partners for choosing Oshawa and trusting them.
Anderson expressed support for the province.
"We are very much looking forward to contributing to Canadian society, especially from Oshawa," he said . "Kurohiji.
"We are very honored to be able to work with Oshawa hydro and Panasonic. ” Mr.
Mahajan said that while the auto industry is still important in Oshawa, the city is taking all the right steps in terms of economic transformation.
"The city is doing everything that needs to be done, from traditional cars --
"From the basic economy to the smart economy," he said . ". OSHAWA --
Power companies in Oshawa are working with Japanese companies to launch possibly the firstof-its-
A solar pilot project in Canada that allows residents to store electricity at home for use in the event of a power outage.
The solar photovoltaic and energy management pilot project will install solar panels and energy storage batteries in 30 homes in Oshawa.
At present, most households in Ontario with solar energy only sell the energy produced back to the grid.
Under the pilot program, each household will have a Tabuchi electric hybrid inverter and energy management system that will allow homeowners to choose whether to store, sell or use the electricity generated by Panasonic solar panels.
Atul Mahajan said: "I think this is undoubtedly a groundbreaking event for Oshawa electric power, but even for the entire public utilities industry . " The CEO of oshawa PUC was at the launch of the project in August. 5.
Through the project, utilities will be able to look at how customers can use electricity in a decentralized network, he explained.
Storing Power in the battery will allow homeowners to have a backup in the event of a power outage caused by a storm (such as an ice storm last winter.
The battery is stored for nearly 10 KW hours.
An average of four households in Ontario use 800 KW hours a month, so the duration of 10 KW hours depends on how electricity is used.
It can take a few hours if a family uses full power at home, but sticking to basics like lighting and stoves may mean it will last for a day or more.
In addition to saving power for power outages, homeowners can also store power from the grid at off-
Peak time used in on-
During peak hours, and during peak hours, solar energy is sold to the grid.
The pilot project is being funded by NEDO, half a country in Japan.
Government organizations that bring together the private sector, academia and research institutions.
The organization conducts technology demonstration projects around the world and promotes Japanese companies.
This will be NEDO's first project in Canada.
"Since 2010, NEDO has been conducting overseas demonstration projects to make global contributions and promote renewable energy and energy conservation," said NEDO, representative of Hironori Mochiki . ".
Currently, partners in the project are working to determine where the system will be installed, both in old houses and in new market segments. Mr.
Each house has to accommodate about 20 to 30 roofs, Mahajan said.
Solar panels on top.
In addition to the battery for each home, there will be a community
Test the size of the electrical storage system at the same time.
The goal is to install these systems by spring or summer of 2015, and then the pilot project will run for about a year and a half. The home-
The system based will be controlled by a small unit that is easy to install in hand.
Masahiko Kurohiji, head of global sales and marketing at Tabuchi Electric, said: "It's like a smartphone-type LCD display where you can control the flow of energy . ".
He explained that his company has been in the inverter business for some time.
The inverter converts DC to AC.
DC power comes from the battery, while AC power comes from the power grid and is accessed at home through a power outlet.
The combination of inverters and energy management systems with batteries is a new product.
The system is relatively small, the size of the hybrid inverter and battery is similar to that of the traditional PC hard disk Tower, and it is easy to install in the garage or in the basement.
As for the cost of the unit, Sir
Mahajan will only say that this is not a consumer.
Friendly now.
"This is what we are doing," he said . ".
"This is not the cost --
It worked well today, but we have started to take this curve and the cost will drop soon.
MP Amy England spoke on behalf of the mayor, thanking the project partners for choosing Oshawa and trusting them.
Anderson expressed support for the province.
"We are very much looking forward to contributing to Canadian society, especially from Oshawa," he said . "Kurohiji.
"We are very honored to be able to work with Oshawa hydro and Panasonic. ” Mr.
Mahajan said that while the auto industry is still important in Oshawa, the city is taking all the right steps in terms of economic transformation.
"The city is doing everything that needs to be done, from traditional cars --
"From the basic economy to the smart economy," he said . ".
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