Offering a reputation of success for their suite of Stand-Alone Power Systems (SAPS), Boundary Power has been selected to deliver the power upgrade of Water Corporation’s Broome North Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Known for their quality, innovative stand-alone power system designs and deployments in Western Australia and NSW, Boundary Power will provide their Kiosk system including a solar photovoltaic power system with battery storage to Water Corporation, enabling an improved and future-proofed solution.

Boundary Power, a joint venture between Australian energy utility, Horizon Power, and integrated electrical solutions provider, Ampcontrol Limited, has significant stand-alone power system expertise.

Rod Henderson, Director, Boundary Power, is delighted in the continued success of the joint venture business, commenting, “Boundary Power’s ability to adapt and re-engineer our designs is what sets our products apart.”

“Our team has the expertise to offer complete purpose-built solutions, designed and engineered from our suite of products, to deliver unique solutions for our customers.” says Mr Henderson.

Boundary Power’s Kiosk SAPS is an all-purpose, all-climate, off-grid power solution capable of delivering larger loads, with a centralised control system to deliver a consistent and efficient power supply. It is resistant to Australia’s harsh climate with a Category D wind rating.

Project works have commenced, with design, development, manufacture and installation scheduled to be completed by mid 2023.

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