Wind & Sun will be exhibiting at the following exhibitions and shows:
Glastonbury Festival 2013
26th – 30th June 2013
Wind & Sun will be solar powering a stage and other attractions in the Green Fields
Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset, UK
Solar Power UK 2013
8th – 10th October 2013
The NEC Birmingham, UK
5th - 7th November 2013
The NEC Birmingham, UK
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Solar Power UK 2012
Wind & Sun exhibit at the NEC in Birmingham
The exhibition had 4,500 visitors, 178 exhibitors and 69 seminar speeches.
At the show Wind & Sun demonstrated our wide range of products and services: from recognised major system components such as inverters and modules to products new to the market including intelligent metering and display solutions.
A section of our stand was devoted to off-grid solutions (including a working solar borehole pump) and this generated considerable interest from visitors with projects all around the world.
Our technical experts were on hand to offer advice and we were pleased to meet so many of our existing customers as well of many new faces!
Wind & Sun attend a wide range of events including green and environmental shows, agricultural shows and steam rallies demonstrating renewable energy systems and equipment.
With mobile wind and solar generation equipment, renewable energy is supplied to power lighting and amplifier systems for various events and entertainments
Solar Powered Stage Lighting
Wind & Sun have developed a custom 12 V stage lighting system for use in conjunction with our mobile solar generator. This unique set-up includes 32 spots, custom professional lighting desks, projectors and decorative effects. Regularly used at the Glastonbury Festivals and ideally suited for lighting small stages in marquees.
Mobile Solar Generator
To demonstrate the possibilities of using renewable energy the Wind & Sun 'SunMachine' provides power and lighting for outdoor events. It has been used to run: stage PA & lighting; fairground organs; radio broadcasts; sheep shearing; video projection; computers; recording equipment; tools; chargers and many other electrical loads.1.3kWp of BP Solar photovoltaic (PV) modules convert daylight into electricity which charges a 12 VDC battery bank.
Power can be used to run 12 V loads such as lighting or fed to a powerful 2.6kW Trace Sinewave inverter to provide 230Vac 'main' quality electricity for conventional appliances & equipment.