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Royal Mint charges ahead with clean power project

01 May 2024

When HiT Power had the opportunity to work on an important battery storage project for the UK’s Royal Mint, it embraced the challenge.

(Image: Shutterstock)
(Image: Shutterstock)

The Royal Mint required reliable clean power for its Welsh site, which is based on a battery energy storage system (BESS), two wind turbines, a 2MW solar farm and a combined heat and power (CHP) unit. HiT Power supplied four 100kW (PS100) parallel bi-directional power inverters, which were designed using Rittal VX 25 enclosures.

Mohammad Abusara, Director at HiT Power, has been part of the team for 10 years. Abusara joined the University of Exeter in 2010, where he carried out internationally recognised research work in microgrids and published over 100 research papers. He then founded HiT Power Ltd with Professor Suleiman Sharkh at the University of Southampton in 2014 to commercialise its cutting-edge research in grid-connected inverters.

Abusara chatted with us about why they chose to work with Rittal to complete this exciting project. 

Read the full article in DPA's May 2024 issue

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