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An example of a SkyBuilt solar/wind/battery power systems.  Reprinted with permission.
An example of a SkyBuilt solar/wind/battery power systems. Reprinted with permission.

SkyBuilt Power has patented the Mobile Power Station (MPS), which uses rugged shipping containers, or other off-the-shelf frameworks as a foundation for made-to-order designs for quick deployment in off-grid applications.

This is a revolutionary, plug-and play, rapidly deployable, mobile, hybrid solar and wind power system. It can provide power in hours and run for years with very low maintenance and minimal operating costs. It is ideal for disaster relief, Homeland Security, commercial, military, and intelligence applications in any climate worldwide.

"Use renewable energy, such as solar, wind, fuel cells, and micro-hydro power, with or without fuel-based systems, on or off the grid. Our power, engineering, business, and other experts help you to cut costs, increase reliability, lower maintenance and logistical tails; and gain environmental benefits." (http://skybuilt.com)
"Like the PC that revolutionized the computer industry and made computers easier to use, the MPS can do the same thing world wide, for renewable energy." -- President and CEO David Muchow

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The MPS is self-contained in its own freight container or other housing, or on a trailer or skid. It produces 500W to 150MW of clean, green power. It can integrate various energy sources, ranging from green energy such as solar, wind, and micro hydro; to fuel-based power, such as diesel, propane, natural gas or JP-8 generators. Smaller systems can set up in hours and run for years with no fuel, and virtually no maintenance or logistics. It can be remotely controlled and pay for itself in several years, depending on the amount of sun and wind on site. It dramatically cuts fuel, labor and maintenance costs compared to diesel generators and other fuel-based systems, while increasing power reliability.

Official Website

Brochure

Interviews

  • Download (50 min; 12 Mb) - On Monday, Feb. 9, 2009, Sterling D. Allan conducted a one-hour, live interview with David Muchow of SkyBuilt Power.
  • Download (55 min; 13 Mb) - On Saturday, Jan. 13, 2007; Sterling D. Allan of FreeEnergyNow, a live Internet radio show, interviewed David Muchow, CEO of SkyBuilt Power, which has a pick-and-plug-and-play approach to renewable energy deployment, similar to what Dell does in the computer world.
  • Top 100 / Featured: Solar / Wind > Skybuilt >
    SkyBuilt Providing Plug-n-Play Renewable Power (Interview) - Company that specializes in portable, modular, rapidly-deployable renewable energy systems, especially for the military and for cell tower installations; now has the world's first hybrid power station in an airline-checkable suitcase. (PESN; Feb. 12, 2009)

Latest Developments

Aug. 11, 2010 US Army Afghanistan contract

August 7, 2008

Main Office Relocation

June 12, 2007

Applications

Disaster relief and recovery
  Instant power for water and communications
  Self-powered Operations Centers
  Lighting
Homeland Security
  Border security sensors
  Manned border stations
  Critical alarms, lights, and communications
  First Responder power and Ops Centers
International -- Fighting AIDs and Providing Sustainable Economic
Development
  Mobile, self-powered clinics -- refrigerating medicines
  Rural health
  Water pumping/desalinization
  Agricultural use
  Eliminating fuel costs
  Self-powered classrooms
Commercial Applications
  Cell tower conversions to solar and wind
  Remote communications
  Water pumping
Military
  Lower operating costs, more reliable power
  No logistical tail, no heat, no radar signatures
  Remote communications
  Ops Centers/command centers/telecom
  Battery recharging centers

Profiles

Company: SkyBuilt Power, Inc.

SkyBuilt Power, Inc., has been called the "Dell of Renewable Energy Systems." SkyBuilt has been highlighted in Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and other publications. It designs, fabricates, sells and services end-to-end, renewable energy power systems. Its product line ranges from small, man-portable systems and rapidly deployable solar blankets to skid, trailer-based, and freight container based power. These systems are open architecture, and can use off the shelf commercial products because of SkyBuilt's patented rapid deployment and power integration features. SkyBuilt provides products and support services in the US and internationally to the military, commercial, international and intelligence communities. [1]

In the News

  • Top 100 / Featured: Solar / Wind > Skybuilt >
    SkyBuilt Providing Plug-n-Play Renewable Power (Interview) - Company that specializes in portable, modular, rapidly-deployable renewable energy systems, especially for the military and for cell tower installations; now has the world's first hybrid power station in an airline-checkable suitcase. (PESN; Feb. 12, 2009)
  • Commanders in Iraq Urgently Request Renewable Power Options - MNF-W priority 1 request pointing to the hazards inherent in American supply lines, noting that up to 70% of the supply convoys on Iraq's roads are carrying fuel, requests alternative energy solutions to power US forward operating bases; and the US military looks like it will act on the request. (Defense Industry Daily; Aug. 23, 2006)

Contact

http://skybuilt.com/contact.htm

SkyBuilt Power®
Suite 215
2500 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: 703.276.7592
Toll-Free: 866.786.2845
Fax: 703.276.1697

SkyBuilt Power®
Research & Development Center
1425 N. Quincy Street
Arlington, VA 22207-3661

Dave Muchow
President and CEO
email: dmuchow@skybuilt.com

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