The Idea of Future Energy
The Idea of Future Energy
Intelligent, long-lasting and economical – the Homenergon Hybrid Solar System   The Homenergon hybrid solar system is a high-tech solar power system that has proven itself in thousands of households. The combination of the Homenergon PV system and energy storage system will allow you to cover about 75% of your yearly energy requirement with self-produced and clean energy. Since your energy is being generated on your roof and not by some anonymous energy provider, you are more independent than before. So take your energy future into your own hands and reduce your energy costs to a minimum.   Which Homenergon solar system is right for me?     Model 5.0 Hybrid System   The Model 5.0 hybrid provides maximum cost efficiency. The system includes 10-12 PV panels, a 5kw hybrid inverter and a 5.1kWh lithium battery pack. The system is compact and efficient. Due to its very high efficiency, we ensure that solar power reaches your household with virtually no losses.   Model 5.0L Hybrid System   The Model 5.0L hybrid can meet day-to-day power demand of most households. The system includes PV panels, a 5kw hybrid inverter and two 5.1kWh lithium battery packs. The system will power your family loads in the day time and store the extra solar power into your batteries, which will be used for the rest of the day.     Model 5.0Max Hybrid System   The Model 5.0Max offers maximum self-sufficiency, capacity and performance. Since some families require more energy than a typical single-family home, the Model5.0Pro can provide a professional and reliable solution. The system includes PV panels, a 5kw hybrid inverter and four 5.1kWh lithium battery packs.    Regardless of what Homenergon model you choose – we guarantee that you will get the best possible solution for your needs!  
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On Grid Solar Power System
On Grid Solar Power System

As an environmentalist, are you getting tired of the electricity from the traditional fossil energy? Do you want to cut your high electricity bill? Do you want to leverage your roof top or spare grassland to make money for you?… It is time to start your renewable energy journey at home with Homenergon IE grid tie solar system. l  Your solar panels will often generate more electricity than what you are capable of consuming. With net metering, homeowners can put this excess electricity onto the utility grid instead of storing it themselves with batteries.l  On grid system is a perfect investment tools, with the best payback and ROIC;l  In the future, it is easy to retrofit your system to add on energy storage system; l  With Homenergon Smart EMS app, you can monitor electricity production and feed-in gains in real time. It is a great green deal. Homenergon 8kW Grid Tied Solar System - IE8.0  Product  detailsInverterNominal power8.0KWMPP voltage range70--550VMax. input current PV14A+26ANumber of MPPT2Start voltage70vMax. DC Power ( W )11.2KWMax Efficiency98.20%Nominal Output Voltage ( V )L/N/PE, 220Vac, 230Vac, 240VacAmbient temperature range—25℃~60℃1Dust & water protectionIP65communicationRS485/WIFI/Wire Ethemet/GPRS(Optonal)Certification&StandardIEEE1547, CSA C22, EN50549, VDE4105, VDE0126, RD1699,ABNT NBR16149 & 16150, AS4777.2, NB/T32004, G98/G99, IEC61727Weight in kg17Dimensions (H/W/D) in mm510*370*167  Solar panelsCellMonoRated Maximum Power(Pmax) [W]540Open Circuit Voltage(Voc) [V]49.6Maximum Power Voltage(Vmp) [V]41.64Short Circuit Current(lsc) [A]13.86Maximum Power Current(lmp) [A]12.97Module Efficiency [%]20.9Power Tolerance0~+5WSTCIrradiance 1000W/m2, cell temperature 25°C, AM1.5GJunction BoxIP68, 3 diodesWeight28.6kg±3%Dimensions2279±2mmxll 34±2mm*35±1 mmWarranty6 years /6,000 Times

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Hybrid Solar Power System
Hybrid Solar Power System

As an environmentalist, are you getting tired of the electricity from the traditional fossil energy? Do you want to cut your high electricity bill? Do you want to use your own renewable solar power even in the evening?  Do you want to have a backup battery at home to deal with emergency occasions?   It is time to declare your energy independence at home. Homenergon Model series hybrid solar power system is a one for all solution. l  Model series is a highly integrated system, which is designed to supply energy to power your household loads, store energy in battery for future loads, and sell extra energy to grid system. l  Model series is powered by CATL LFP batteries, which is the same battery to power Tesla ev cars. With Smart EMS app, you can monitor production and energy comsumption of your home in real time. Set your preference to optimize your energy independence, protection against blackouts or energy savings   Hybrid 5kW Solar Power Systems - Model 5.0L   Product  details Battery Nominal battery capacity in kWh  10.2 Depth of discharge (DoD) 90% Max Charge/Discharge Current 50A/80A Cell technology LFP Weight in kg 116 Dimensions (H/W/D) in mm 1060*540*240   Inverter Nominal power 5KW MPP voltage range 80-560V Max. input current PV 15A Number of MPPT 2 Start voltage 130v Max. efficiency (battery to grid) 95% Max. efficiency (PV to grid) 97.60% Max. battery efficiency ≦98% Ambient temperature range -10℃~50℃ Dust & water protection IP65 communication RS485/CAN2.0/WIFI/4G Certification&Standard AS/NZS 4777.2; CEI 0-16; IEC/EN 62109-1&2, IEC62040-1; IEC62116;IEC61727;EN61000-6-1, EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-3, EN61000-6-4,EN61000-4-16, EN61000-4-18, EN61000-4-29 Weight in kg 42 Dimensions (H/W/D) in mm 590*540*240   Solar panels Cell Mono Rated Maximum Power(Pmax) [W] 540 Open Circuit Voltage(Voc) [V] 49.6 Maximum Power Voltage(Vmp) [V] 41.64 Short Circuit Current(lsc) [A] 13.86 Maximum Power Current(lmp) [A] 12.97 Module Efficiency [%] 20.9 Power Tolerance 0~+5W STC Irradiance 1000W/m2, cell temperature 25°C, AM1.5G Junction Box IP68, 3 diodes Weight 28.6kg±3% Dimensions 2279±2mmxll 34±2mm*35±1 mm System Warranty 10 years /10,000 Times

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Off Grid Solar Power System
Off Grid Solar Power System

Do you live in remote areas or isolated islands, where grid power is not available? Do you live in vans or moving houses, where electricity supply is a headache?  Are you feeling tired of the high cost and big noises out of the diesel generators? Do you want to have a backup battery at home to deal with emergency occasions? …   It is time to declare your energy independence at home with Homenergon off grid solar power system. Off-G series is a reliable and low cost solution to provide you with clean and stable energy. l  During a sunny day time, solar PV panels will power your electrical loads and backup batteries. l  When sunlight is not available, the backup battery will continue to provide sufficient energy for your electrical loads.    Homenergon Energy Storage Battery 1kw Off Grid Solar Power System - Off-G1000L   Product  details Battery   Nominal Voltage 12.8V Rated Capacity 2*100Ah Energy 2*1280Wh Continuous Discharge Current 100A Pulse Discharge Current 160A (<3S) Recommended Volt. Disconnect 10V BMS Discharge Cut-off Voltage 8.4V Reconnect Voltage 10.4V Short Circuit Protection 300-800us Charge Method CC-CV Charge Voltage 14.4~14.8V Recommended Float Voltage 13.8V Recommended Charge Current 20A Maximum Charge Current 100A BMS Charge Cut-off Voltage 15V Discharge Temperature -20 to 60 ℃ (-4 to 140°F) Charge Temperature 0 to 60 ℃ (32 to 140°F) Storage Temperature -40 to 70 ℃ (-40 to 158°F) BMS High Temperature Cut-off 78 ℃ (172.4°F) Resistance ≤65mΩ Efficiency 99% Cycle Life >4000cycles @1C,80% DOD Self Discharge 2% per Month Weight 2*11.3Kg Dimensions (H/W/D) 2*(260x170x210mm)   Inverter Rated Power 1000W Peak Power 2000W Wave Form Pure Sine Wave AC Out Efficient ≧88%  System Voltage 12V AC Output Voltage/Frequency 120(±5%)/230(±5%),50/60HZ MPPT Efficient ≧99.5% PV Input Voltage Range 9VDC-150VDC Rated PV Power 900W MPPT Charge Current 60A Dimention 500*470*125mm   Solar panels Cell Mono Rated Maximum Power(Pmax) [W] 540 Open Circuit Voltage(Voc) [V] 49.6 Maximum Power Voltage(Vmp) [V] 41.64 Short Circuit Current(lsc) [A] 13.86 Maximum Power Current(lmp) [A] 12.97 Module Efficiency [%] 20.9 Power Tolerance 0~+5W STC Irradiance 1000W/m2, cell temperature 25°C, AM1.5G Junction Box IP68, 3 diodes Weight 28.6kg±3% Dimensions 2279±2mmxll 34±2mm*35±1 mm  

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Portable Power Station
Portable Power Station

Are you feeling tired of the high cost and big noises out of the diesel generators? As an outdoor fan, do you want a compact and light weight power supply? Do you need a backup power supply for your portable respirator? Do you want to have a backup battery at home to deal with emergency occasions? …   It is time to declare your energy independence at home and outdoor with Homenergon portable power stations. Mars power station will deliver reliable power whenever and wherever you need it.   Homenergon Solar Power Stations Portable - Mars1000   SPECIFICATION Capacity 933Wh(22.2V 42Ah) Input AC Adapter: 12-28V 150W Max/Solar Panel:12-28V 120W Max AC Outlet 2x Rated 1000W,Surge 2000W DC Output 1x Cigarette Lighter, 12V 10A    

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Hefei Energon New Energy is an emerging high tech company, specialized in industrial design, R&D, manufacturing and global distribution of solar panels, solar inverter and solar energy storage systems, etc.   By strategic cooperation with EAST group (stock code: 300376), a global 5G+ digital industry and smart energy integrated solutions provider, Hefei Energon has strengthened its footprint in smart energy industry, including solar inverters and power generation systems, lithium batteries and energy storage systems, charging piles and systems and micro-grid network, etc.     
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    We offer a warranty of 10 years or 10,000 cycles to solar power systems. You can rest assured that it will supply you with clean energy for many years to come.

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    In all solar systems, we exclusively use lithium iron phosphate batteries – the safest lithium battery technology available today.

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    Our wide range of solar power system portfolios will provide you the most suitable and economic solution for your ccess to clean energy.

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Renewable Energy in Poland
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Renewable Energy in Poland

Based the news from Polish Investment and Trade Agency- Development of the renewable energy sector is one of the priorities for the Polish government.- according to Directive 2009/28/EC all EU Member States should gradually increase the share of energy from renewable sources in total energy consumption and the transportation sector. The specific objectives of the Polish energy policy are as following: to increase the proportion of energy from renewable sources in final energy consumption up to 15.5% in 2020 (19.3% for electricity, 17% for heating and cooling, 10.2% for transportation fuels). Achieving these objectives requires investments in new generation capacities. Even after 2020 the effort to make the Polish economy greener will be continued. In October 2014 the EU leaders agreed on new EU climate and energy policy targets for 2030. The new policy sets a target of at least 27% share of energy consumption produced from renewable resources, 27% improvement in the EU's energy efficiency, 40 % reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 level. The most active foreign investors in the Polish renewable energy sector are RWE, E.ON, EDF, EDP Renewables, GDF Suez (wind farms), Dalkia (biomass combustion), Axzon (biogas plants). The Polish players are also investing in renewables e.g. Enea, Energa, Tauron, PGE. Poland is also gradually becoming an attractive destination for investments in manufacturing of devices used in energy generation. There are estimated to be more than 200 production companies working for the renewable energy sector (Institute for Renewable Energy data). Some figures is showed to see the details:    

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    China's new energy storage industry has entered the "fast track" development

    On March 20, China's energy storage industry was reported by CCTV's financial channel "Morning News". With the increasing proportion of wind and solar energy in China's energy system, energy storage technologies and industries closely related to the development of new energy have also attracted much attention. Since this year, provinces and cities have accelerated the implementation of energy storage projects, and more than 20 provinces have defined the proportion of supporting energy storage equipment allocation and storage.

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    Efforts To Promote The Achievement Of Carbon Peak And Carbon Neutral Goals

    On September 22, 2020, General Secretary Xi Jinping announced to the world at the General Debate of the United Nations General Assembly, “China will increase its nationally determined contributions, adopt more powerful policies and measures, and strive to reach the peak of carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. Strive to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060". After a year, on September 21 this year, General Secretary Xi Jinping once again emphasized on the same occasion, “China will strive to achieve carbon peaks by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. This requires hard work, but we will do our best. "Go ahead" fully expresses China's determination to achieve this strategic goal. Recently, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council issued the "Opinions on the Complete, Accurate and Comprehensive Implementation of the New Development Concept to Do a Good Job in Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutrality", making comprehensive arrangements for efforts to promote the achievement of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goals.     It is of great significance to achieve the carbon peak and carbon neutral goal,  promote the internal requirements of high-quality economic and social development.   High-quality development is rich in connotation, involving supply, demand, resource allocation, economic cycles and other aspects. Green, low-carbon, and sustainability are important contents, and are also the internal requirements of the new development stage, new development concept, and new development pattern. Carbon peaking and carbon neutrality are conducive to establishing a sound economic system for green and low-carbon circular development, establishing a clean, low-carbon, efficient and safe modern energy production and consumption system, accelerating the formation of green production methods and lifestyles, and boosting the economy and society Develop a comprehensive green transformation. The introduction of the carbon peak and carbon neutral goal vision will elevate China's green development path to a new level, and will become the main tone of China's high-quality economic and social development in the coming decades.

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    Homenergon can tell you how to Plan for a Home Solar System?

    Homenergon will look at the seven most important steps to consider when installing solar panels for your home:     1. Assess your surroundings 2. Calculate how much energy you want to generate 3. Calculate how many solar panels you need 4. Choose where to place your solar panels 5. Find a microinverter that converts your energy efficiently 6. Find a solar panel contractor to help with your installation 7. Think about how you’re going to measure your home solar system   For most homeowners, it’s easy to understand the benefits of going solar, whether your priority is protecting the environment, reducing energy bills, increasing the value of your property, or even just reducing your reliance on utility providers. But taking the next step and installing solar panels for your home can seem a bit more complex. How do you know that you’re working with the right installer, or using the right equipment? How many residential solar panels do you need to support your energy consumption? How often will you need to check on your solar panels or do essential maintenance? Here, we’ve broken down the seven most important steps in planning for a home solar power system. STEP ONE: ASSESS YOUR SURROUNDINGS Your surroundings can have a huge impact on the efficiency of your solar system, so it’s important to assess whether there are any potential problems before you invest. Needless to say, solar panels work best when they’re exposed to direct, consistent sunlight for longer periods of time. This sounds simple, but it’s easy to overlook some of the issues that can stop any solar panels from functioning properly. Take a walk around your house and look for anything that might block the sun from falling on the area where you want to install your panels. Are there any trees overhanging your property? Are tall surrounding buildings casting shadows on your roof? You might also want to think about any structural limitations. Is your roof sturdy enough to support solar panels? How much maintenance does it need? Are solar panels going to stop you from conducting essential repairs? It’s also important to think about the bigger picture: What’s the weather like in your part of the country? How many hours of sunlight can you expect each day? It’s important to carry out checks like these before you invest in solar panels, so you can figure out which problems can be addressed, and which can’t. Roofs can be fixed and trees can be cut back, but a nearby building is a much bigger problem. STEP TWO: CALCULATE HOW MUCH ENERGY YOU WANT TO GENERATE The amount of energy your household uses each month will directly impact how many solar panels you install on your property, as well as the type of solar panel, their positioning, and a host of other considerations. So it’s important to kick off your solar panel installation project with a realistic idea of how much energy you use. The first place to look is your energy bill. Somewhere in your documentation, you should find a measurement called something like ‘Kilowatt-hours/kWh used’. This tracks how much energy you used over the last 30 days. Can’t find ‘Kilowatt-hours’ on your bill? Just calculate the difference between your meter readings at the beginning and end of that month. So, for example, if your previous meter reading was 40,000, and this month’s meter reading is 40,550, you’ve used 550 kWh in the last 30 days. Divide 550 by 30, and you have the number of kWh you used each day – 18.3. At this point, you should decide how much energy you want to draw from solar panels. Do you want to shift to 100% renewable energy? Do you want to use mostly solar energy, backed up with some traditional energy sources? Now that you’ve calculated your energy usage and how much of it you want to replace with solar energy, you can figure out how many solar panels you need to fulfill your needs. So, now you know how much energy you need. But how much energy can you generate? First, you need to consider whether you want to qualify for any governmental solar power incentive schemes. There are some places where you can only receive incentives — in the form of tax credits or rebates — if your installation generates less than a certain number of gigawatts. It might be more cost-effective to use a mix of solar and grid power, at least when you’re first making the switch to renewable energy. To figure this out, you’ll need to think about two things: How many hours of sunlight can you expect to fall on your property each day? How powerful will my solar panels need to be to generate this much energy during sunlight hours? For example, if the area where you live only gets four hours of sunlight a day, you’ll need them to generate energy much faster than the solar panels on a house that gets eight hours a day. These might sound like complicated calculations, but you’ll usually have help from a qualified solar contractor (we’ll cover choosing the right installer further down the page). They’ll be able to make more accurate assessments and check that you haven’t left anything important out of your calculations. STEP THREE: CALCULATE HOW MANY SOLAR PANELS YOU NEED Now that you know how many kWh of power you need each day, it’s time to figure out how many solar panels you must install to generate that much power. Not all solar panels generate the same amount of energy — depending on the type of panel, domestic panels usually generate between 330 and 500 watts. If you choose a panel that generates more watts, you won’t need as many of them to meet your energy needs. But panels with a higher wattage can be more expensive — it’s a trade-off between cost and efficiency, and you just need to find the right balance. Convert your solar panel’s wattage to kW by dividing it by 1000 Work out how many hours of sunlight your region gets each day — there are lots of charts online that provide this information if you don’t want to calculate yourself. Multiply your solar panel’s wattage by the number of sunlight hours to calculate how many kilowatts one solar panel can generate per day. Divide your house’s daily energy consumption by the kilowattage of your solar panel to calculate how many panels you need. So, let’s say you’ve calculated you use 124 kWh per month or 4 kWh per day. You choose a 400 watt solar panel. 400 divided by 1000 tells us that your panel has a kilowattage of 0.4. Your roof gets 4 effective sun hours per day, so we multiply 0.4 by 4 to discover that one panel can generate 1.6 kWh per day. If we divide your energy usage (4 kWh) by 1.6, we’ll find that you need just 2.5 solar panels to generate the energy you need. Since you can’t get 0.5 of a solar panel, it’s your choice whether you round up to 3 or down to 12. And, of course, this calculation changes depending on the power of your solar panel. If you choose a 330 watt solar panel, you’ll need between 3 and 4 panels to generate all of the energy you need. STEP FOUR: CHOOSE WHERE TO PLACE YOUR SOLAR PANELS It goes without saying that you’ll want to place your solar panels in a position where they’ll get as much light as possible, for as much of the day as possible. If you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, this usually means your solar panels should face south. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, they’ll get most light if they face north. Next, consider the tilt of your solar panels. Again, you’ll want to aim for an angle that catches the most sunlight for the longest period of time. This means that the closer you are to the equator, the more horizontal your solar panels should be. It’s also a good idea to consider cleaning and drainage. If you live in a region that gets lots of rain, placing your solar panels on a slight incline will allow rainfall to clean off dirt and debris that can build up on solar panels and reduce their effectiveness. While most domestic solar panel installations sit on the roof of the house, you might also want to consider placing them somewhere else on your property – particularly if your roof isn’t pitched in a direction that gets a lot of sunlight. If you have lots of flat ground with good drainage available, you might find that ground-mounted panels are a better option. STEP FIVE: FIND A MICROINVERTER THAT CONVERTS YOUR ENERGY EFFICIENTLY  Solar panels might be the most visible part of the solar system, but there’s another component that’s just as important: the microinverter. Microinverters turn the raw direct current (DC) energy collected by your solar panels into safe, usable alternating current (AC) energy. There are other types of inverters available, but microinverters are generally the most reliable for home use because they convert energy from each panel individually. This means that if one panel falls into the shade or develops a fault, the rest of the panels can keep operating at full capacity – and therefore keep the lights on. But not all microinverters are created equal; if you want to avoid wasting energy during the conversion process, you’ll need to look for microinverters that: Have high efficiency ratings (CEC and MPPT are good ones to look at) Have an extended warranty and come with technical support, so you can get help quickly if your microinverters need maintenance Have built-in monitoring, so you can keep an eye on whether your solar system is converting energy efficiently, troubleshoot any issues, and see how much energy you’re using (we’ll go into more detail on measurement below)   STEP SIX: FIND A SOLAR PANEL CONTRACTOR TO HELP WITH YOUR INSTALLATION It’s possible to install solar panels yourself, but it’s usually safer and more efficient to work with a qualified contractor. While you might want to try steps 1-5 by yourself to understand whether solar panels are right for you, a contractor can carry out a more thorough assessment to confirm how much energy you need, whether your property can benefit from solar power, and which equipment is best for you. So how do you find the right solar panel installer? You’ll want to assess them from several angles: Are they accredited? In the US, for example, installers should be accredited with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). Spend some time researching any nationally or internationally recognized accreditations. Are they experienced in installing home solar systems? An experienced installer will be excellent at anticipating problems, sourcing the best equipment at the best price, and finding ways to make your solar system more reliable and efficient. Are they licensed and insured to install a home solar system? The licenses required will vary from country to country, but they’ll usually need at least a general electrician’s license. What do their previous customers say about them? If you can, find some reviews online or get a recommendation from a friend. They’ll be able to tell you if the installer did a thorough job, delivered everything on time, and was able to provide long-term, reliable energy. STEP SEVEN: THINK ABOUT HOW YOU’RE GOING TO MEASURE YOUR HOME SOLAR SYSTEM Once your solar panel system is up and running, you’ll want to be certain that you’re not wasting any energy or missing opportunities to generate more power. With that in mind, it’s a good idea to talk to your installer about where and how you can collect data on how your solar system is performing. If your solar system is hooked up to the grid, your electricity bill can give you some insight into how well your panels and inverters are performing. You’ll be able to see how much money you’ve received for your solar energy, and whether your solar power had to be supplemented with energy from the grid, though you won’t get any granular insight. A better idea is to look for microinverters that come with a tracking and monitoring app where you can see how much energy you produce each month, how individual panels are performing, and if any of the panels need your attention. Then you can compare your readings against the estimated power outputs you’ll find in the manuals of your solar panels and microinverters. By keeping track of your actual output compared to your expected output on a monthly basis, you’ll find it much easier to identify any problems with your solar panels early on.  WHAT COMES NEXT? Installing solar panels at home can feel intimidating at first, but it’s much easier to successfully generate your own renewable energy if you set yourself up for success from the start. If you plan carefully and work with a skilled installer, you can often find unexpected ways to increase the amount of energy you generate – and also avoid lots of the pitfalls that can come with installing solar panels incorrectly. With the right equipment, the right support, and the right expectations in place, you’ll be on your way to generating solar power at home in no time. 

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