The cycle of production, stocking and consumption of the electrical energy
The renewable energies is founded on the concept of self-sufficient micro-stations which produce, store and consumes the electricity it need.
2 or 3 stages are required for the cycle of production of the energy in self-sufficient mode.
- The production of energy, by hydroelectricity, wind turbine or sun panels. The wind turbine and the hydraulics often require controllers (brakes) not to exceed he production capacity of the generator.
- The stocking of the electricity produced. The stocking requires a regulator which allows to regulate the electricity charge and to cut off the circuit when batteries are loaded. A series of batteries, in 12 volts is generally needed, to store efficiently the produced electricity and have enough power during the consumption periods.
- If we want to use conventional working devices in 110 volts or 220 volts, we will needs a converter which transforms at the time of the use of the device the 12 volt of the batteries in 100 or 220 v needed.