Many off-grid applications place varying demands on their diesel generators during different periods of the day. This leads to huge inefficiency and wasted fuel as the generator often runs at a fraction of its capacity. 

During periods of ‘light loading’, the generator is effectively oversized, using a much larger amount of fuel, and burning it more inefficiently. Wasting money and potentially causing damage to the generator.

By adding a large battery pack into the system, energy can be stored during periods of high load and then released during periods of low load, allowing the generator to be switched off. Reduced generator use, reduces fuel and servicing costs dramatically; increasing fuel efficiency whilst reducing CO2 emissions too.