At the Kasai Green Energy Park, an SES controller ensures efficient control of electricity generated by photovoltaic modules, and late-night power kept in storage batteries. It also manages the solar-generated direct current electricity used by devices onsite.
Electricity generated by photovoltaic modules is converted to alternating current (AC), and used by buildings in the Kasai Green Energy Park.
Economical late-night electricity is utilized to charge storage batteries, for use by buildings in the Kasai Green Energy Park during the day.
Unconverted DC electricity generated by photovoltaic modules on the administration building is supplied directly to rooms in the same building and used to power LED lights, PCs, and other DC equipment.
By making the energy usage conditions and facility information visible, staff can identify inefficiencies and inconsistencies in factory and office energy use, and take actions to improve the environmental performance of the site. Furthermore, staff can get a real sense of the site's energy consumption visually through the large-screen displays installed around the site, which will raise environmental awareness of employees at the Kasai Green Energy Park indirectly leading to the reduction of CO2 emissions.