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RPRS How it Works

The RPRS takes advantage of wind, solar and hydroelectric energy sources. The station is equipped with an onboard energy storage unit along with a charge controller to maximizie charging capabilities. An optional generator is also available. The system is modular to allow multiple RPRS units to be used simultaneously as well as prioritized to deliver maximum efficiency. The energy storage unit (ex. battery bank) is linked directly to the output of the renewable generation units and therefore can be charge by these units and later used for emergency and backup situations. In the event that the renewable energy units cannot produce enough power and the battery bank has been depleted, the generator will source the extra power as required. The generator can be powered by natural gas, propane, biodiesel or nearly any other available fuel.

Smart Controller

The main controller is the hub for all energy sources, communication services and smart grid services. It serves as a bridge betweeen the energy sources and the load while providing vital real-time data to a monitoring center. The main controller also has the ability to prioritize energy sources and control which sources to draw power from in the event that an external AC input is present.


A user is able to monitor and control the system through a local and/or remote center. The local center is physically attached to the RPRS and will provide real-time statistics as well as control for the single system. Remote monitoring and control is also enabled will all RPRS units via a cellular antenna array.