Green energy plan at military bases: UK seeking pure power resources

The British military is now exploring the use of solar and other renewables to power forward military bases in battle areas such as Afghanistan. Much like US military strategies, aimed at protecting troops by reducing the amount of diesel fuel needed at bases (over 1,000 American troops have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan protecting supply lines).  Read the whole story here

As we have written in this space numerous times, one clear and present solution is Pure Power’s Military-Grade Mobile Solar Microgrid.

Shown here is a Military-Grade R10 Microgrid recently delivered to the US Army. With enhanced battery storage, inverter capacity and larger solar panels, the military-grade R10 is but one solution that is already being utilized.

With 6 rugged models in production, including biodiesel and propane hybrid Systems, that produce from 4,000 to 72,000 watts (AC, single phase), Pure Power has the experience and technological knowledge to produce these Systems rapidly.

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