Epiroc develops off-grid mobile solution with Fortescue

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Posted by Paul Moore on 7th May 2024

Epiroc has introduced its first off-grid mobile solution, developed in collaboration with iron ore mining and green energy major, Fortescue. The solution is available in 10-25 kW units that are powered by Radlink Communications batteries and genZ Energy solar fit out conversions. Epiroc states: “These mobile solutions can be whatever you need them to be – whether it’s a mobile workshop, storage or infrastructure, the opportunities are endless.”

It adds: “This collaboration has been instrumental in pushing the boundaries of what is possible, and we believe that the impact of this project will be felt far and wide. We remain committed to being innovative, seeking new challenges and creating solutions that not only meet but exceed the expectations of our customers. Together with Fortescue, we embark on a journey to redefine possibilities and set new benchmarks for excellence in design and functionality.”

Epiroc acquired a majority stake in Radlink in November 2022. It is headquartered in Perth, Australia and designs, delivers, and integrates wireless data and voice communication networks and supporting infrastructure to surface and underground mines throughout Australia. It also provides sustainable energy solutions that are designed to be managed remotely with no disruption to the solar, battery or AC power supplies.

Radlink is the parent company of genZ Energy, which was formed with the specific intent of creating cost effective, safe Lithium Ferro Phosphate batteries and energy storage solutions that perform reliably in the extreme conditions of the Australian outback. After several years of design and product refinement, genZ developed rack mount 2 kWh and 3 kWh battery modules for industrial and home energy applications.



This article was originally published by a im-mining.com

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