Helping reduce your carbon emissions

Solatainer® has been developed to provide an autonomous off-grid power supply, integrating renewable-power and storage with diesel-power back-up to reduce fuel consumption, carbon emissions and carbon footprint

Created sustainably from asingle-use 20ft ISO shipping container, Solatainer® supports a PV array specified for maximum solar gain and efficiency. When equipped with Gaia Renewable Energy’s ground breaking Solawedge® the unit is scale-able up to 50kw and in its standard setup comprises of a 4Kw PV array, 20Kw/h battery pack and 16Kw stand-by generator.

During daytime operation the energy created by Solatainer®’s PV solar panels is harvested and stored in an on-board battery pack. The standby generator is configured to run only when batteries are depleted below a software-set limit or when a demand spike occurs.

The results are spectacular, reducing fuel costs by circa 80% when compared to a conventional diesel generator.

Why choose Solatainer?
  • Reduced Set-Up Time and Costs
  • Reduce Environmental Impact and Carbon Footprint
  • Patented Flexible Mounting System that uses Water or Mechanical Fixings for Ballast
  • Regulatory Compliance E.G. ISO 14001 And Considerate Constructor
  • Can Be Used On Sites Deemed Unsuitable for Construction or Occupation.
Mechanical Properties
  • Dimensions (lxwxh) 6.06 x 2.44 x 2.59 (m)
  • Weight 3092 kg
  • Static Load 5400 Pa (snow) 2400 Pa (wind)
  • PV Module Cover High Transmission Glass
Electrical Properties
  • Rated Power 25 kW
  • Maximum Apparent Power 30 kVA
  • AC Nominal Voltage 400/230/115v
  • Rated frequency/ voltage 50 Hz
  • Max Output Current 32A
  • Operating range −25°C/+60°C
Stand by generator
  • Maximum Power 15KVA
  • Rated Power 13Kw
Energy storage
  • Nominal Voltage 51.8 V
  • Capacity from 126 Ah
  • Electricity Storage from 15 kWh

Energy saving example

reduction in fuel consumption
reduction in carbon emissions
£££ saved in fuel costs per month
litres of diesel saved per month

Start reducing your emissions today