Isolated photovoltaic systems

Proinsener designs and manufactures solutions for isolated photovoltaic systems of the network in remote locations without access to the electrical grid where the system generates the photovoltaic energy, it manages its storage and is used.

They are systems that eliminate or reduce the need to use diesel or petrol gensets, providing significant economic savings and comfort for the users. The integration of all the equipment in containers offers a compact and turnkey solution that is complemented with the photovoltaic panels of the plant.

Proinsener has experience in this type of applications that are autonomous, viable and profitable in any power that the customer may need. This solution usually includes the inverters, the storage system in batteries, as well as all the electrical boxes and other auxiliary elements.

In this type of projects we adapt ourselves to the needs of the client offering all our experience in engineering to obtain a custom product and with all the guarantees of operation and safety.


  • Resistant to demanding climatic conditions: desert zones, areas with risk of typhoons, high humidity, high seismic activity zone, etc.
  • Development of direct current frames. Proinsener has an important knowhow in the design and manufacture of this type of tables that include all the protections and the control system.
  • Rack integration.
  • Fire protection systems. With different technologies we certify an extinguishing system that allows to maintain the security of the system in case of fire.
  • Integrated refrigeration systems. Temperature-controlled stations have been manufactured for both the electrical equipment rooms and offices within the station itself.
  • Investor integration. Integration of one or more inverters according to the manufacturer. Including level 2 boxes and continuous-to-inverter bridges if required.


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Location: Lagos. Nigeria
Type: 20 ‘ container
Power: 3 Stations

EM One

Location: Lagos. Nigeria
Type: 20 ‘ container
Power: 20 Stations