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HAITI PROJECT

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MCDONALDS’S PROJECT

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CALTEX PROJECT

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VANUATU ECO VILLAGE PROJECT

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SOLAR STARLIGHT, NEPAL

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SOLAR STARLIGHT, INDIA

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SOLAR STARLIGHT, AFRICA

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SOLAR STARLIGHT,
THE CRUPE FOUNDATION

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SOLAR STARLIGHT, ROSEBUD FOUNDATION

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SOLAR STARLIGHT, LIONS CLUB INTERNATIONAL

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CHINA PROJECTS

MCDONALD’S PROJECT

Benowa McDonald’s, located on Australia’s Gold Coast, is the first McDonald’s to go green with solar. NextGen NRG recently installed 124 solar panels and a commercial scale 25KW Multi-Input Power System at the restaurant.

The key feature of the MPS is how the system distributes power between storage and usage, making sure the batteries aren’t depleted quickly by power hungry appliances. The MPS system has the ability to control all of the input and output load currents. The MPS units can be scaled up or down to meet residential or commercial needs. When utilized commercially, the MPS reduces peak demand, lowering the cost that businesses pay per kilowatt hour.

Benowa McDonald’s expects to save 20% of power costs on the original main. They are not concerned about running out of renewable power stores in his restaurant, as the MPS is set up to ensure that power outages do not occur, “if we run out of power in the gel batteries before the sun’s up again the next morning, it seamlessly, automatically transposes over into mains power”.

This automatic transition ability creates peace of mind when running a business, removing the uncertainty involved with utilizing traditional green power solutions alone, such as solar panels.

CHINA PROJECTS

This landmark project located in south Beijing covers an area 64 square meters and is Asia’s largest single market. From 2012 through to July 2013 we won the investors over in rounds of strict selection with intense competition along with the Beijing urban construction. Beijing has also won a bid for an Ikea shopping center with an EPS emergency power supply system engineering.

We have used and applied the power supply system for different competitions in the follow locations:

  • Comprehensive Hal
  • Bicycle Hall
  • Diving Hall
  • Tennis Center
  • Nansha Stadium
  • Haixinsha Opening Ceremony
  • Guangzhou Stadium
  • Weilun sports school
  • Olympic center

We have supplied 35 EPS units for Jieyang Airport. Theses units are used as an emergency power supply for the airport in the case of a power outage, the EPS units switch on to continue supplying the airport with power.

Being one of the top three provincial hospitals, as well as the largest private hospital for its construction scale in China. Our power products have supplied the Dongguan Huakang Hospital with 22 sets of 10-60KVA UPS which allow the hospital to have the advantages of green environmental protection, along with guaranteed stable and reliable performance.

Our power products have provided reliable emergency power supply guarantee for the IFC-Guangzhou West Tower, using the partition concentration power supply mode.

We are the only supplier for the towers power supply system. Supplying 122 sets of 1-20kW emergency power products. In addition, a 3-in-1 energy saving mode has been successfully adopted in the ticketing and security checks systems for the tow

CALTEX PROJECT

In the Philippines, Caltex petrol stations have begun to implement Green NRG Co renewable energy technologies. As electricity is unreliable in the Philippines, dropping in and out on a regular basis, many Caltex petrol stations are now installing Green NRG Co’s MPS systems in order to provide customers with green, reliable, 24/7 power and service.

VANUATU ECO VILLAGE PROJECT

The Enkatalie area on Tanna Island in Vanuatu was one of the hardest hit when Cyclone Pam struck in March 2015. Homes, businesses, vegetation and lives were destroyed by the natural disaster. The tragedy displayed the extreme vulnerability of local communities without cyclone shelters or modern sanitation and energy services.

From the devastation rose a new project created by the Vanuatu and Tafae provincial governments to rebuild and strengthen Tanna. The first stage of the project, part of Griffith University’s Climate Change Response Program, involved the building of community centres in 15 villages, each building designed to withstand Category 5 cyclones, and powered by Green NRG Co’s Mini Power System. Until now, the communities have not had access to electricity – following the project they now have access to a 24-hour source of renewable energy. The new buildings are fitted with Green NRG Co’s Mini Power Systems, solar panels, wind turbines, LED lighting, solar fridges and air conditioning.

To commemorate the opening of the community medical clinic, a traditional tribal dance celebration was held, with 13 tribal chiefs, 1,000 local dancers and project partners, including Green NRG Co, attending!

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STARLIGHT PROJECTS

Our solar Starlights have been designed and developed for disaster relief in mind. It provides a lighting solution for remote areas where power and especially light is hard to come by. Designed to be simple to use, the unit includes a solar panel, led lights, on/off button. The unit is also designed to be connectable, allowing multiple units to be joined together to be used with greater effect. The unit is also used recreationally too by campers, hikers and fishermen.
Our Starlight has been used for disaster relief and other events such as:

  • Nepal 2015 Earthquake Donation relief
  • Indian refugee area donation relief
  • African refugee area donation relief
  • The Crupe Foundation (Swiss land) Association and sponsored with Rosebud Foundation (Hong Kong) & Lions club international

HAITI PROJECT

Green NRG Co just returned from a renewable energy project in Haiti, for a school in a village in the Montagne Noire area.

Green NRG Co are pleased to advise that the Montagne Noire orphanage now has constant 110v 60Hz solar panel system to assist with their educational future. The project has been an enjoyable and fruitful event.

Thank you to all participants for the smooth roll out of our power and LED lighting. Thank you to LEDTEK Global, and to all of the Haiti local assistance.

MOREE

Pilot project to run 2 small homes and 2 large work shops to prove reliable power supply from our system has been installed July 2017.

The reliability for the harsh hot desert conditions was a challenge, however, our CEO had designed an outdoor temperature controlled unit to house the Gel high temperature batteries in order to run and remove the unstable grid supply.

The workstation and offices are also connected to our larger systems and are currently running large irrigation pumps huge air conditioners and general office equipment including hot water system and fluorescent lighting.

BATHURST

Chalage was on to make a constant power generation and storage system that can run a 100% electric large home.

Appliances such as 10 horse power Air con, heat exchange pool pump, pool heater, hot water system, cook top, oven and irrigation system all running on our MPS 25kw system.

The owner has not turn on the grid main supply since the state was installed in July 2017.