GRIDSERVE® to partner with Bladon to minimise diesel consumption and opex

The organisations have signed an MOU to reduce operating costs and carbon emissions

Read this article to learn:

  • GRIDSERVE’s Bladon partnership: what were the drivers and goals behind the agreement?
  • Is the industry moving towards CO2 reductions?
  • How micro turbines could help hybrid systems to further reduce diesel dependence?

At the 2018 Meetup Africa, GRIDSERVE officially launched their 12kW Solar Energy Centre (SEC12) to industry, a best-in-class plug and play solar hybrid solution that slashes opex, minimises carbon footprint and greatly reduces ongoing maintenance requirements. The company has now also signed an MOU with Bladon to bring to market a new generation of GRIDSERVE…

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