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Solve Tanzania 8 hours Black-out, Battery Energy Storage System can Help

0 admin 2024-06-19 17:31:52

Tanzania has been facing frequent power outages in the past few years. Tanzania is trying to end the frequent power outages in most parts of the country within two to three years by building multiple power projects. However, the actual situation may still be quite severe, especially during the rainy season. Dar es Salaam, as the core city of Tanzania, has power outages once a day before the rainy season, and the power outages may last from morning to night.

One of our client here in Tanzania, has a new hotel launching, and wants to solve the 8 hours Black-out problem, have a stable business running. But how can he solve this headache? 

After a long talk with our client, we understand the cost of the electricity is quite cheap, for commercial usage, also only at US$0.095/KWH. 

So the client come to us, Tanfon, to get a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) to solve the problem and prepare for the grand opening for the hotel!

So any time when there is nation's electricity, the battery will get automatically charged. And once the nation's electricity is cut off, you can use the backup battery to run the hotel without any headache.

TANFON ESS Advantages:
1) HUAWEI brand materials ensure safe and stable power,
2) The lithium battery modules work independently without affecting each other, making it convenient for after-sales maintenance,
3) Double fire protection design to ensure safe use,
4) Online remote debugging, saving installation and maintenance costs,
5) TANFON IOT, regular maintenance reminders to extend the service life of the system.

Welcome to contact Tanfon team for your BESS solution to power failure.

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