Solar Home System

Solar Home Systems (SHS) are units for self-consumption of electricity.

Solar energy may be consumed immediately or stored and used when the renewable source is unavailable.
The complete systems consist of solar panels, charge controllers and storage batteries, with different sockets for the connection of electronic devices and/or lighting.

Tozzi Green designs diversified SHS solutions, custom-built to target requirements:

  • Dwellings
  • Schools
  • Doctors’ Surgeries

 

 

The name of the Tozzi Green SHS systems is RER (Recurso Energia Renovable) and grew out of the experience the company gained, and is still gaining, in Peru as a leading player in rural electrification, a foremost example of environmental sustainability.

 

RER (Renewable Energy Resources) SYSTEM 1

Direct current (12V) home photovoltaic plant which has internal and external components for installation in selected dwellings.

The RER (Renewable Energy Resources) System 1 plant includes the following components:

  • 120Wp solar panel
  • Direct current Energy Box (charge regulator and battery)
  • Distribution panel with magnetothermic circuit breaker
  • Three LED lamps (7W bulbs)
  • Socket for electrical appliances such as direct current radio and television (12V)
  • Socket for recharging mobile telephones

RER (Renewable Energy Resources) SYSTEM 2

Community photovoltaic plant – alternating current RER (Renewable Energy Resources) System 2 (220V) consisting of internal and external components for installation in health facilities which do not have an electricity supply.

The plant includes the following components:

  • Two photovoltaic panels each of 300Wp
  • Battery unit (twelve 180Ah batteries in series)
  • Charge regulator and inverter
  • Safety systems (Earthing)
  • Distribution panel (Magnetothermic circuit breaker and residual current device)

RER (Renewable Energy Resources) SYSTEM 3

Community photovoltaic plant – alternating current RER (Renewable Energy Resources) System 3 (220V) consisting of internal and external components for installation in educational facilities which do not have an electricity supply.

The plant includes the following components:

  • Four photovoltaic panels each of 300Wp
  • Battery unit (twelve 360Ah batteries in series)
  • Charge regulator and inverter
  • Safety systems (Earthing)
  • Distribution panel (Magnetothermic circuit breaker and residual current device)