Off-Grid Systems

“Whether you are in a exposed area in the UK prone to power loss, an island region, or remote community overseas; Your Eco can provide standalone systems through to micro grids which can provide you with the electrical infrastructure you require. Your Eco integrate wind, solar, and micro hydro to balance a system to meet your unique energy needs.”

If you are upgrading a current off-grid solar system or self-building an off-grid home, Your Eco’ teams are here to relieve the stress of sizing, choosing and installing the right technology for your requirements.  We design robust off-grid solar systems domestically in the UK and internationally to the development sector.

Whether we are designing a bespoke off-grid solar, energy storage and/or hybrid systems get in touch today.  The future of self-sufficient power is here.

Off-Grid Systems Case Study

Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

International Off-Grid System

“Your Eco are providing ongoing efforts to rebuild infrastructure and address energy resilience in the face of further natural disaster.”

Working alongside the likes of Virgin Unite and Unite BVI, Your Eco partnered in the recovery in the British Virgin Islands post Hurricane Irma & Maria that devastated the islands in 2017.  Your Eco has closely with the Ministry of Health and Social Development, the UN Development Programme and other NGOs to identify critical energy infrastructure needs. Your Eco has been involved with the creation of energy resilience in remote communities, through off-grid capable systems within medical clinics and community shelters. 

Lapubesi, Nepal

International Off-Grid System

“Working closely with partners and suppliers to pull together this project logistically and to coordinate with international consignments into Nepal from China, UK and Europe.”

A challenging energy storage installation, Your Eco worked with Team Rubicon, an ex-military disaster relief charity, to undertake a service project in Lapubesi, Nepal in the Himalayan Mountains without power since the earthquake of April 2015.  This installation required a 2.5 hour trek into the mountains with solar gear including the 300 kg battery storage unit which was hauled up the mountain on bamboo canes by a ten man team and modules via a collection of mule trains and individuals.