Dairy farm solar energy installation

N/A | August 5, 2018

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Here’s our company director Doone showing us a 45kW solar PV system recently installed on a dairy shed. Dairy farmers can really benefit from solar energy because of high power usage for milking sheds and water heating. A typical system can help reduce power consumption from the grid during daylight hours by 50-70%.

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NuScale Power is commercializing a safe, modular, and scalable 60 megawatt electric (gross) light water reactor nuclear power plant. Our design implements passive safety systems that use natural circulation for emergency feed water cooling, decay heat removal, and containment cooling. This eliminates the need for primary pipes and pumps.

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