How does a hybrid generator work?
Hybrid generators combine the best of both traditional generator sets and another controllable source to produce a fuel-efficient, noise-reduced, and environmentally friendly source for power supply. A fuel cell, or any other device that generates electricity from non-electrical sources such as a wind turbine generator, hydro-electric generator, and solar power source, could be the controllable source. Hybrid Belt Generators have batteries that are charged with renewable power sources such as solar, wind, hydro and other. During its operation, it is also powered by fuel generators. The batteries themselves provide power, eliminating the need to have fuel generators running continuously.
Hybrid generators: Features
Utilization of renewable energy sources. Hybrid generators use traditional fuel generators (diesel petrol, LPG, etc.). With renewable power sources such as wind turbines, gas turbine generators and solar powered power source, etc.
Low fuel bills: The hybrid generator reduces fuel bills by reducing the need for fuel generator sets (diesel or petrol, etc.). is only required for a short time to ensure that the battery of the hybrid generator remains charged.
Hybrid gensets emit less noise pollution than traditional diesel generator sets.
Fully automated system: Hybrid generators can be fully automated with innovative control systems that monitor and notify users about system status.
Hybrid generators: Applications
- Hybrid generators can be useful where fuel access is limited (diesel petrol, diesel, LPG, etc.). is difficult. It reduces the fuel consumption of the generator set so that it runs longer with less fuel.
- Hybrid generators provide uninterrupted power supply for homes and businesses. The generator system automatically switches on power supply when there is a power cut.
- Hybrid generators can be a great choice for areas where weight and size restrictions are tight. They are lightweight, compact, and easy to transport.
- Hybrid generators can be used to provide power supply in areas where the grid power supply is not available.