Rio Tinto decarbonises with solar energy storage — a case study

Supplied by Valen on Thursday, 31 August, 2023

Rio Tinto had site access gates that required power to operate. At the time, the only option was to dig long trenches to run power lines, which brought cost and complexity. Due to the remoteness of the site location, the solution also needed to include remote monitoring to alert to smoke, intruders, theft and tampering, as well as provide shade and weather protection.

Learn about how Rio Tinto leveraged a modular, maintenance-free, easy-to-install, standalone solar system to solve their problem. Discover how to utilise free solar power to reap the benefits of no ongoing electricity bills.

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