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50 kW/266 kWh


  • Project

    50 kW/266 kWh

  • Application

    PV (72kW) + Energy Storage System (50kW/266kWh) + Diesel Genset (60kW)

  • Commission Date

    July, 2022

  • Address

    Koh Jik, Chanthaburi, Thailand

Koh Jik is a peaceful fisherman's village located in the east of Thailand, where most islanders are fishermen living off the sea. Due to its remoteness and no connection to the national grid, the community has entirely relied on a microgrid system with lead-acid batteries to provide electricity access for the past 16 years.

However, lead-acid batteries are extremely polluting to the marine environment, and they are nearing the end of their lifespan. Morever, the high cost of diesel fuel and maintenance fees resulted in the diesel gensets operating for only limited 4 hours per day. It has become rather crucial to improve and upgrade the microgrid system.

Therefore, here comes the Koh Jik ReCharge Project, which intends to restore and improve the renewable energy microgrid system by employing lithium-ion batteries, solar PV and digital meters. AlphaESS provides a 50kW/266kWh STORION-T50 energy storage system and builds up a whole new microgrid community for the 400 inhabitants of Koh Jik. The AlphaESS batteries take over 90% of the evening peak load from diesel gensets, leading to a reduction of 1760 liters per month of diesel consumption, from 2,000 to 240.


This project is another example of AlphaESS taking the most advantage of sufficient sunlight in tropical countries with its advanced energy storage technologies. This renovated Solar and Diesel Energy Storage Micro-gird essentially guarantees a stable power supply, with a tremendous decrease in the cost of electricity for the residents.294348954_1201008684055871_2555059905650592013_n.jpg

Beware of the Brand
Infringement of AlphaESS

Recently, a severe infringement and fraud issue has caught our attention. A FAKE application with a FAKE logo, a FAKE website and even FAKE videos under the name of AlphaESS are now spreading all over India, attempting to seduce people to invest money in energy storage systems by using a FAKE AlphaESS logo and real AlphaESS products photos.

It's obvious that they are looting money by using a FAKE AlphaESS brand and have seriously violated the intellectual property rights of AlphaESS.

AlphaESS shall spare no efforts and no costs to go against the violation by all means legally before more people get deceived.