Off-grid power can provide valuable benefits both from a cost perspective and a reliability standpoint. In telecom, IoT, or other areas, many will have either experienced or heard stories of systems that failed to deliver. The application of Smart Off-Grid solves the challenges that have driven poor performance and makes off-grid power more reliable, longer lasting and easier to use. It also lowers costs by using complex predictive analytics, cloud, and next-generation power technology to simplify the systems for customers. It’s easy from installation to troubleshooting, to ongoing energy and power management with uptime consistency. Let’s see how Smart Off-Grid Power can make a difference.
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BLOG POST: 5 Ways That Clean Tech Can Improve Your Bottom Line
Investors are piling into clean tech with an upswing in investing that considers environmental, social, and governance, or ESG investing, as I recently discussed in my Forbes blog. But when it comes down to the implementation of clean tech in the power sector, we are still overcoming the misperception that cost and reliability is worse than on-grid power solutions. The truth is that power reliability and cost is equitable if not better with renewable off-grid solutions, which can have a positive impact on the bottom line now and in the future. Here are 5 ways that smart off-grid power can positively impact power needs and the bottom line.