Our Hybrid Energy Solutions

The world is witnessing a change-over from its present centralized generation to a future with greater share of distributed generation. Hybrid renewable energy systems are inter-connected with wind power, photovoltaic power, fuel cell and micro-turbine generator to generate power to local load and connecting to grid/micro-grids that decrease the dependence on fossil fuels.

A hybrid generation system is a system combing two (or more) energy sources, operated jointly, including (but not necessarily) a storage unit and connected to a local distribution network microgrids. Murphy International has combined energy sources to effect high benefit at lower costs to centralized utility service. We provide complete hybrid systems for; remote locations, island nations, industrial parks, real estate developments, local cities and municipalities.

Our hybrid Microgrids can be connected to the national grid. We offer the ability to lower costs while providing storm or blackout crisis reliability support. In addition, the connection of our Microgrids to the national grid can provide stability to the public grid.

Hybrid Energy 101

Hybrid renewable energy systems are becoming popular as stand-alone power systems for providing electricity in remote areas and as microgrid systems due to advances in renewable energy technologies and challenges from petroleum products, cost, and centralized grid reliability issues. A hybrid energy system usually consists of two or more renewable energy sources used together to provide increased system efficiency as well as greater balance in energy supply ... [ more ]

Microgrid Design Challenges

Creating a successful microgrid is challenging. It involves understanding basic system requirements, accommodating unique operating characteristics of generation sources, managing and prioritizing power requirements, and seamlessly interfacing with the utility grid. A structured approach to microgrid implementation gives us the ability to support critical infrastructure even in the event of a major power disruption ... [ more ]

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