Norvento Enerxía is committed to the battery storage system.
The island of Guaquenám, in the Caribbean, has an area of approximately 44 square kilometers. Its location at the mouth of a river, its climate and also its orography make access to the continental electricity grid particularly difficult, so many of its inhabitants and companies depend on fossil fuels and generators. Its case is not very different from that of dozens of archipelagos and other areas located in developing economies or in isolated places. Like this island, hundreds of similar territories have problems connecting to their electricity grids and accessing a clean and reliable source of energy.
The first of the Sustainable Development Goals marks the end of poverty as one of the strategic priorities at the global level, but not at any price. The seventh of these goals points to the need for access to an affordable and clean source of energy as a driver of development. While the development of many territories in the midst of economic turmoil involves accelerated industrialization, it should be remembered that this must be linked to a sustainable model. “The future of renewables undoubtedly depends on the development of energy storage technology and microgrids.
The future of renewables undoubtedly lies in the development of energy storage technology and microgrids,” explains Carlos Gallego, head of Business Development at Norvento Enerxía.
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