Karungu System

 

Description; Solar System

PV Array: 200 Modules

Size of System: 50kW

Type of Pump: Lorentz

Completed

 

 

Eastern Africa Grain Council

Description; Solar System

PV Array: 2 Modules

Single Battery Voltage and AH : 12v 200Ah

Number of Battery: 2

Total AH: 400Ah

Completed

 

Westlands Project

20kW PV System (Roof Mount)

The project involved the installation of Solar PV systems to;

  • Cut down costs
  • Ensure the institution is energy secure
  • Show their Environmental stewardship in the adoption of Renewable Energy

Children’s Orphanage, Ndaragua

 

15kW PV System, Roof Mount

Being an institution that takes care of orphaned children, the management opted to install a 15Kw Solar System to reduce their bills and also to be energy secure.

 

 

Missionary Benedictine Sisters, Karen

The rising electricity costs, fuel costs arising from generator backup, frequent outages, and maintenance costs were some of the major challenges the institution faced.

Knights Energy proposed several measures to reduce the energy consumption rates and came up with a lean combined (total) energy footprint that was powered by the proposed Photovoltaic.

The 100 kWp solar array and 514kWh (10,700AH) battery bank with the SMA Multicluster System with Sunny Island runs the entire center during the day and night.

Project Details

Location: Missionary Benedictine Sisters, Nairobi Priory

Commissioning: 2016

Specific requirements: High battery storage capacity

Plant information

Installed PV Power: 100 kWp

Annual energy yield: 156,798 kWh

Estimated Reduction in CO2: About 127 Tons

SMA System Technology

9 Sunny Island  8.0H-11

4 Sunny Tripower 25000TL-30

1 Multicluster Box 12.3-20

Knights Energy Solar Car Park

9Kw Car Park

Being proponents of Renewable Energy, Knights Energy installed a 10Kw Solar Car Park at our offices in Karen. This a car park that also powers our office.

This system is a Smart Office System (SMA) which is the most optimal and profitable way to use solar power.

It uses intelligent energy management systems that optimize power generation and consumption in an easy and automated way thus increasing the rate of self-consumption considerably. The system provides users with a completely transparent energy budget.

Our Electric Car is also charged using the power generated from the system.

Ivrea Sisters Namanga

Off grid domestic power solution

SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

  • PV: 20 pcs U-solar Solar modules, 90Wp total 1800Wp
  • Battery: Trojan J185 225AH 800AH
  • Charge Controller: 2 Pcs Outback MPPT 80A/150V charge controller
  • System Warranty: 5years
  • Contact Person; Sr. Rosalia, 0722278072
  • Location: Namanga
  • Project Status: Completed
  • September 2014

Uzima Dispensary, Nairobi County

On Grid Battery Backup Solution

8 kw 24 hours battery backup with generator support

System specifications;

Battery Inverter: Victron Quattro 10000KVA

Bank: 1100 AH of 24pcs Trojan 1100AH 2V Maintenance Solar batteries

System warranty: 5 years

PV Warranty: 25 years Minimum Batteries Discharge: 50%

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Nkubu Mission Hospital, Sub County Hospital Tier 2

Grid Connected 10 KW PV system

System Specifications

System Size: 11kWp PV

Modules type: Upsolar 230Wp 48 Modules

Energy Capacity: Maximum 66 kWhrs /day

PV Inverters: 2 x Sunny Boy 4000TL (Total parallel Max Output of 8kW

Battery Inverters: 2 x Sunny Island 5048 (Single phase Max

Power output: 10kW

Battery Bank: 1,454 AH of 48pcs Sonnenschein 2V Sealed

Solar batteries

System warranty: 5 years

PV Warranty: 25 years Minimum Batteries

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St. Camillus Karungu mission Hospital, Tier 1- Migori County

 

Fully Off Grid 50KW PV System for the Whole Hospital with Generator Backup

This project aims at improving the provision of Health Services by being energy dependent. The area experiences frequent blackouts hence paralyzing the operations of the hospital.

15kw Water Pumping Solution

To improve their access to water, the Hospital installed a 15kw water pumping system.

Access to water has not only improved the hygiene of the hospital but also improved the comfort of the patients being handled there.