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TESUP and the Home Energy Unit

TESUP has always looked to innovate within the renewable energy industry. By bringing new technologies to the table TESUP can continue towards its goal of making the world a better place through environmentally friendly, clean renewable energy solutions. TESUP is committed to bringing easy to use, attractive energy generation systems to the homes and businesses of many. The latest development is the only very recently announced Home Energy Unit. This standalone unit can generate and manage electricity, all on its own! This is a great solution for those of you worried about how to best set up a renewable energy generation system at home as all the steps are laid out for you as well as everything you need labelled in its correct position.

Home Energy Unit

The Home Energy Unit is a system comprising a mounting board which holds a number of components needed to successfully generate power on the go. The mounting board is equipped with a power inverter and charge controller to ensure the smooth and safe generation of electricity as well as the safe production of power. The board has space for a TESUP flexible solar panel to attach directly to the mounting board or has compatibility for all TESUP wind turbines, simply connecting to the charge controller. But why just have one, the Home Energy Unit can support a wind turbine and a solar panel at the same time!

The main benefit of the standalone, packaged up system is the ability to transport the whole system and put it wherever you like! Maybe you want some extra charge for your phone over a long day to the park? No problem! Just set up the Home Energy Unit next to your picnic and let it charge away. Perhaps you are the proud owner of an electric vehicle but struggle to find charging stations on your route to work? Also not a problem, just pull into a car park, get your Home Energy Unit out of the boot and plug in! Your car should be topped up in no time.

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