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Fort Sam Texas is looking for a contractor to provide it with a  complete and usable 15KW-Hrs Off-Grid Hybrid system.  The specs are interesting as they provide a guide of what any group of individuals thinking of living off the grid might decide they need.

The system consists of: two 5KW Vertical Axis Wind Turbine for a total of 10KW. Each turbine with its own inverter; plus one  5KW solar photovoltaic system and one battery bank suitable for one  day of autonomy.

The place of performance for the contract: Calabash Cay, Belize, may explain the high cost of the unit – between $100,000 and $250,000

This presolicitation notice was posted on March 21 and the response date is April 5. The NAICS code for this requirement is 221119.

For more information go to: https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=e0307234bc49a8af4554cd55984eddb2&tab=core&_cview=0

 

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2 Responses to “US Army seeks off-grid system in Belize”

  1. de Sibert of California

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  2. Jeff Brady

    We own and operate Access Energy in Colorado and Belize. Many of our customers you may have herd of. Smithsonian Institute on Carrie Bow caye and Tobacco caye marine station, I would like to propose a system but we are in Belize now. I will be getting back in the states soon and would like to discuss the possibilities of getting you a quality install and engineering on a system. Thanks JB

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