The integrated system offers sun2live generate electricity through photovoltaic technology and store energy for later consumption. This innovation was developed by Meeco, a Swiss company with over 80 years of expertise in the energy field.
Deven Maulloo, SELT CEO, explains that the sun2live enable Mauritians to rely less on the Central Electricity Board (CEB) for their energy supply. "The CEB can be used in troubleshooting any technical problems. The device provides not only energy production but also its storage, "says the director. He added that investment in such equipment proposed capacity of 16kWh, 50kWh, 100kWh or more is recoverable after five years.
The sun2live was designed for the needs of Mauritius. Roland Viard, Meeco representative, explains that the device uses Lithium-Ion battery which does not depend on diesel. It also presents the sun2go, a small portable device that has the same property can generate energy and to store for a temporary need. "It is a battery life of 2 kW of clean power and can easily be used by low-income families, by handymen or campers," says part of Meeco.
Vivian Serret, deputy director of Leal, focused on the effort of the company to respect the environment both in the preservation of water for the use of renewable energy. " We offer cars that emit less CO2. We want to be completely independent of energy within a few years , "he says.
The price of these products has, however, not been disclosed. During the briefing, executives present promise more details at the show House and Garden which will open this Wednesday, April 25.
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