Remote Community

Having a reliable energy source in remote communities is vital. In remote locations, grid access tends to be expensive and unreliable. Generators can be a reliable choice, but fuel costs are significant and can cause significant pollution.


The CUB offers a turnkey solution to operating prime power generators more efficiently. CUB combines the best inverter technology from Schneider Electric with class leading battery technology from Discover Energy. The CUB becomes the central energy hub of the community, managing energy flows from source of electricity (generators, solar PV, wind), storing the energy in batteries, and distributing energy to loads. With its advanced control systems, fuel consumption is reduced while balancing load demand and maximizing solar output.

CUB can be configured to any size system, capable of outputting split phase or 3 phase power, connecting small to large solar PV arrays, any size generator, and connecting any size battery bank.

Rely on CUB and you can reduce your fuel consumption by more than 75%.

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Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric’s brand of off-grid inverters, the Conext SW and XW, are there to meet all your off-grid and back-up power needs. Now with the Conext Combox, the power to monitor and control your system remotely is at your fingertips.

Discover Energy

Discover is a manufacturer of batteries for worldwide distribution, who works with world-leading manufacturers to supply advanced battery technology. Discover's insight, combined with their extensive market knowledge, drives them to innovate and optimize battery technology for worldwide distribution through a trusted network of partners. Their superior products work to eliminate user related issues, reduce maintenance costs, and provide measurable productivity and performance gains while meeting the world's demand for quality power within lower economic and environmental footprints.