Alice Springs Earth Sanctuary, NT

The system is three 5kW Selectronic SP Pro inverter/chargers wired in three phase master-slave-slave configuration, 24 x BAE 1200 Ah battery bank (48V, 30.29kWh of useable energy storage @ 70% DOD and C10) installed in a shipping container shipped to site. More solar was added to the Homestead. Recently a Pramac generator was added.

Australian Wind and Solar have completed a Renewable Energy case study based on the system at Earth Sanctuary World Nature Centre in Alice Springs. This is an exciting project between Australian Wind and Solar and Earth Sanctuary.

The current grid supply for Earth Sanctuary is known to have continuous outtages throughout the year, usually occuring during peak times when functions are being held. When this occurs, operations such as cooking and lighting for guests become unavailable. Earth Sanctuary had previously invested in renewable energy infrastructure by installing solar, wind and battery systems, however, the incumbent infrastructure was not sufficient to mitigate the number of blackouts, brownouts and low quality power supplied from the grid.

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Outback Brothers

Ben, Dan and Tom Falzon are the Outback Brothers. Along with their father Joey, they struggle in extreme conditions to convert a 100-acre property in the semi-arid desert of Australia to create a world-class sustainable living centre.

Needing additional finances to make this dream a reality, the brothers all become paramedics in one of the most hostile and dangerous places in Australia. They soon realise that their attempt to help the planet will push them to the edge - it becomes one of their greatest challenges.

Outback Brothers Season One 6 x 30’ is a factual entertainment series following three paramedic brothers as they face deadly weather patterns, cultural challenges, medical emergencies and all that the remote Australian outback has to offer.

Narrated by one of Australia’s highest profile personalities - Shane Jacobson (Kenny, Brothers’ Nest) the factual series is a bold, adventurous extension of their first show Outback Paramedic which has now been seen by over 1 million Australians on the Nine Network.


Videos of Earth Sanctuary on "Outback Brothers" 9Now

Photos of Earth Sanctuary