Common Questions and Answers

Clarifications required on EER Power Generation System

The EMF radiation of the unit at 1 foot distance from the reactor is at 0.5 microtesla. This lower than the EMF of a convenient outlet of the house or office.

The electrical parameter use for close loop system being utilize by the EER-SPG for its continuous source of excitation after an initial excitation by a battery bank with super capacitor manage by an inverter system is voltage.

The ramp up and ramp down rate of the EER are programmable from 10 seconds and upwards

Frequency is programmable from 45 to 65 hz. The default regulation is +/- 0.01 % which can be adjusted and program as well.

The EER-SPG unit is managed by an inverter system including it protection system. The unit is allowed to have an overload of for an hour. Beyond 20% the unit will trip off within 10 seconds to protect the IGBT switching modules of the inverter.

Yes, It can be operated 24/7, 365 days a year literally. We require at least 14 days shutdown a year for the mandatory maintenance check-up which can programmed and plan without shutting down the whole capacity if it involves 10Mw and above. It can cater the consumer demand as long as the maximum demand is within its rated capacity rating.

Definitely yes as long as the peak power requirements does exceed the maximum rating of the EER-SPG. Having to comply the capacity requirements for peak power requirements will be a very inefficient and costly operations on the side of the power developer. But the system can design according to the load profile of the 24 hour load.

The 500Kw rated capacity may handle this requirements as long as there are no electric motors being started at reduced voltage starting or with soft starters that may cause the current to rise beyond the 20% allowable current overload. Electric motors runs with variable speed drive will be fine if program correctly.

Guaranteed minimum efficiency is 96% base on the nameplate rating of the unit.

The unit can be operated remotely and on site. The unit itself is being controlled by Human Machine Interface (HMI) were kw, voltage, current, frequency are being displayed and set and program.

Yes, we can program a maximum 50% reactive power for voltage support. But this will be a very inefficient operations since reactive power are not metered only the active power.

If the units are synchronize with the grid and the grid can take 90% or 100% of the power output capacity of the EER-SPG then the Power Curve will be almost a straight line. If the EER-SPG independently use to power a specific building, factories or industries the power curve will be almost the same as the load profile of the factory.

The EER-SPG has minimal noise level since it has no moving parts except for the fans and small pumps for the water cooling system. Only the noise of the inverter are audible at 60 dbA

The units does not need a confine space. It can installed outdoor and indoor. In fact we our own people station within the units 24/7, 365 days a year to operate the system and respond to eventualities. The O&M is mandatory to be handle by us and non-negotiable for the protection of IP.

It is dependent on the frequency of the source of excitation at the moment. But future design and upgrade which will be available 2 years from will be at the frequency of 15khz using special magnetic materials from Japan to enable to increase it capacity output with a smaller footprint

As of the moment we can assemble 300Mw per month. But the first order will be within six(6) months to allow us to prepare the logistics and materials needed. For confirmed and irrevocable order the succeeding delivery will be on a monthly basis.

There is environmental impact of the unit during operation

Yes and in-fact we have model that has seamless ON/OFF/ON capability. Meaning when the grid is off it will automatically switch to an off grid mode without power interruption and when the grid is back the it will seamlessly switch to ongrid mode without interruption as well. This ideal for imbedded application where the excess power is being feed and sold to the grid.

Yes and no load sharing constraints. In our software management system we can run a maximum of 200 units in parallel. But we limit per system cluster to only to 50% meaning 100 units. If the capacity is beyond the limit of one system cluster then we can just additional system cluster and run them in parallel.