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Power Station Technical Details

  • Solar Panels

The solar panel configuration will be situated atop the container, arranged into three distinct primary sections. Two of these sections will be positioned along the container’s roofline, consisting of seven panels each. These sections are designed to open akin to doors, and a similar arrangement will be mirrored on the opposite side, resulting in an equal number of panels. Additionally, a third section will be implemented, featuring two rows of six panels each. This section will be strategically placed along the container’s lateral sides, capable of synchronous movement to align with the height of the aforementioned roof sections. Collectively, these three primary sections will culminate in a configuration of six rows of panels.

The panels themselves will possess the dimensions of 1.65 meters in height, 1.00 meter in width, and 0.04 meters in depth. The panels will be endowed with a power rating denoted as P, which can either be 280 or 400 units.

In consideration of the geographic location in Morocco, it is noteworthy that an average of 5.26 hours of sunlight is experienced daily.

As for the panels’ anticipated efficiency, a range between 17% and 22% has been estimated for each individual panel.
Based on this data, calculations for the total power generated for the entire solar installation are as follows:



  • Wind Turbine

The proposed installation will incorporate a vertical axis Wind Turbine as a key component. This turbine features an arrangement of 9 expanded polyurethane blades, each configured with a drag rotor mechanism. The turbine model, manufactured by KLIUX Energies, is originally designed with a fixed mast measuring 6 meters or exceeding this height.

In alignment with our specific operational requirements, the integration necessitates the adaptation of the turbine to accommodate a retractable mast system. This entails necessary modifications in order to tailor the turbine to our distinct needs.

Prominently, this particular turbine boasts highly favorable performance metrics, demonstrating a noteworthy annual energy production of 1789 kWh under wind conditions of 5 m/s.

For the purpose of this implementation, in the context of the retractable mast, the turbine’s designated placement will be situated at the rear of the container. This arrangement allows for a forward-facing orientation of the turbine, thereby ensuring an elevated positioning. This elevation is pivotal as it permits additional installations to be accommodated towards the rear section. It is pertinent to note that the spatial footprint of the entire wind generator will be confined to within a horizontal span not exceeding 6 meters within the container.

Rated Power: 1800 W
Annual energy generated (5 m/s): 1700 kWh / (11m/s max): 6900 kWh
Boot Speed: 3 m/s
Durability: 25 years

This wind turbine has thefollowing size:
Blades material: Expanded Polyurethane
Height = 2m
Diameter = 1,30m
Weight = 25 kg

Material: Hot-Dip galvanized steel
Max height = 9m
Max width = 0,80m
Wight = 400 kg

  • Water Purificator

The water purification system should be properly installed and secured within the container, adjacent to the rear section and positioned ahead of the biogas generator. This arrangement necessitates the inclusion of two separate external tanks: one dedicated to containing the untreated water, and the other intended for the treated water designated for user consumption. The operational capacity of this system will be sustained through the utilization of energy derived from both solar and wind turbine sources.

Furthermore, the implementation will involve the incorporation of two designated containers, specifically carboys, indispensable for conducting the essential processes of sand and carbon filtration. Complementing this setup is the integration of a high-pressure pump. The strategic arrangement of these constituent elements will be contained within the interior of the aforementioned container. This design facilitates a seamless interface with the aforementioned external tanks, ensuring a fluid operational synergy.

  • Bio Gas Accumulator

A biogas accumulator is an integral facet of the biogas generator system, tasked with capturing, storing, and managing biogas output within a controlled framework. Situated proximately within the container’s infrastructure, the biogas accumulator occupies a strategic position in relation to the biogas generator. This pivotal component streamlines the process of segregating and storing the generated biogas.

The biogas accumulator comprises two core compartments, each serving distinct functions in the biogas refinement process. The initial chamber acts as a reception point for the raw biogas emanating from the biogas generator. Concurrently, the second chamber focuses on the meticulous purification of the biogas, effecting the removal of undesired contaminants and moisture.

Engineered with a purposeful alignment to the biogas generator system, the biogas accumulator seamlessly integrates with both the container’s layout and the operational dynamics of the biogas generator. Its positioning allows for facile accessibility, facilitating routine maintenance and operational adjustments.

This fundamental constituent significantly enhances the overall efficiency and reliability of the biogas generator system. By providing a dependable means of storing biogas, the accumulator ensures a steady supply for subsequent energy generation or any other designated applications.

  • Lithium-ion Industrial Batteries

Nominal capacity = 47.5 Ah
Nominal voltage = 20,6 V
Mass = 17,5 kg
Max current discharge = 300 A
Max current charge = 125 A

Project Details

MyContainer was founded to address the need for greater accessibility to renewable energy. The platform is a fully automated hybrid solution that offers fast setup times and rapid deployment. It is particularly well suited to provide electricity for rural communities in remote or isolated areas, as well as supporting agricultural operations.

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