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Author Topic: Electricity Grid Query......  (Read 1328 times)
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« Reply #15 on: May 10, 2019, 10:09:12 PM »

It will be a month or so before the new pump will be installed the meantime re my turbine
I got forwarded a new local contact who knows people I know so confident I will not get “stroked”
He reckons with a battery installation “suitcase” size I can be practically off grid and there will be no need to pay NIpower to upgrade the tansformer...on the basis that my export voltage max limit will stay the same ...but with the batteries I will use much more of the energy my turbine produces and don’t need to worry if I put up Pv....
He is going to send me a written proposal....sound to good to be true Huh

Rural Co. Down, Proven 6kw Turbine, GSHP, Thermomax Tubes....and Total lack of technical or useful knowledge
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