Using solar energy on public buses can safe a average of 5 % of fuel and reduce with 4,5 Ton the Co2 emissions per operational bus.
The payback time for trucks and fridge trucks is extra ordinary limited to 2 - 4 years.
While most of the time in solar energy payback time are over 5 and 6 years.
We offer a total concept Product including system controller, EC approved cable, trays and installation, connectors and breakers + the software to measure the daily and monthly results:
- solar charger summary
- solar charger yield
- measurement tension and current
- solar Voltage
- solar charge output
- solar charger battery server
TAXI, CAMPING CARS AND UTILITY VEHICULES
Fleet operators can save around 6,000 kilos of CO2 and 2,500 euros in fuel per year by equipping semi-trailer roofs with solar panels. M.S.I.E. facilitate in this true product and EPC service. M.S.I.E. expects to supply trailer companies with solar modules in Europe (Belgium, Holland, France, Germany, Denmark….).
Solar modules of only 1,4 millimetres thick, can deliver fuel savings of up to 5.5 percent. In addition, maintenance costs are reducing wear and tear. "Depending on the type of driving schedule and vehicle, in our climate this amounts to a saving of 2,500 euros per year. "This is because the alternator no longer has to generate electricity for the truck's equipment.
In this way we are making a significant contribution to making the transport sector more sustainable: around six tonnes of CO2 per truck. The investment pays for itself in less than three years".
Additionally, cooperation with partners from the automotive network will be strengthened. M.S.I.E. is moving its R&D activities to the Automotive industry.
At least as important is the added value of the company for the ecosystem in Europe.
LIMITED FREE TRIALS ARE POSSIBLE UNDER A LOI AGREEMENT WITH OUR FINANCIAL PARTNER FOR THE TARGET TO OBTAIN MILESTONES TO REDUCE THE STATIONAIRY ENERGY ON TRUCKS
Solar for sustainable inland shipping
The advantages of solar sliding shutters
A skipper can save money as well as energy by fitting his hatches with solar panels. For example, a ship with an electric motor, for example Hybrid or diesel-electric, can use the obtained solar energy for propulsion to save fuel.
Ships that do not use electric propulsion also benefit from installing the solar sliding hatches. Thanks to these hatches, they are less dependent on diesel generators for the power supply on board.
In short: the solar sliding shutters ensure less emissions, less wear and tear of generators and less fuel consumption, resulting in lower operating costs. In addition, this innovation also helps to reduce local air and noise pollution in ports.