Aksa Power Generation launches new hybrid technologies

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    Aksa Power Generation launches new hybrid technologies

    Aksa Power Generation has included hybrid generators powered by wind and sun energy into its product portfolio.

    Designed for high quality power and effectiveness, the hybrid generators are suitable for remote and high altitude climate conditions. It also provides its users with the opportunity for remote access and control data entries with its Remote Monitoring System (RMS) software.

    Controlling all installation areas through the map, users can monitor their status with colourful indicators.

    According to the company, the hybrid generators can provide up to 70 per cent energy savings.

    The hybrid generator which is powered by wind and sun energy is designed and created by Aksa Power’s own R&D department. The generator is part of Aksa Power’s initiative to provide sustainable solutions that achieve savings while generating energy.

    Presenting the hybrid generator technology that consumes less fuel with low-noise and low exhaust emission, Aksa Power Generation CEO Alper Peker said, “As a result of the successful research we run with our R&D team on renewable energy sources, we included the hybrid generator project into our product portfolio.

    Sustainability has now become a priority to the international industry.

    As a company producing in compliance with the world and environment, we are proud to launch our hybrid project created through integration of renewable energy sources. We will keep on providing economic, innovative and environmentally friendly solutions to our customers with our R&D investments.”

    Underlining the fuel saving characteristic of hybrid generator technology, Aksa Power Generation CEO Alper Peker also said, “Aksa hybrid generator system is designed to decrease fuel consumption and maintenance expenses.

    With the hybrid generator we provide, we increase fuel savings up to 70 per cent with integrated battery bench compared to conventional AC installation.”

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