For remote applications in which there is no possibility of connecting to the network, the best option is a system capable of taking advantage of wind energy.
WINDSPOT small wind turbines generate alternating electricity, at a voltage and frequency that varies depending on the wind. With the help of a controller-charger, it converts this energy to direct current, at a voltage determined by the bank of batteries.
In the case that there is an excess of power, the controller diverts the surplus energy to discharge resistors that work as a brake, dissipating the surplus energy as heat.
Once the energy our small wind turbine has generated is stored in the batteries, it is ready for consumption. Now, the inverter will convert it to alternating current.