QPA kits are available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week and everywhere in the Territory. They are light, easy to transport and to manipulate thanks to their ecological conception (it is possible to recycle the kits more than a 90%), and connectable to different types of machines (tractors, cars, public work machines).
Accessibility and the functional economy
It is possible to quickly move them in the territory and to use the local machines and engines which are available in there and which are already made (tractors, pickups, conventional car and electric ones, etc.). Because of this, it is useless to make new engine generators or heat engines which would produce CO2 emissions while they are fabricated.
To resume, all motor forces can be used as energy generators.
QPA is less polluting than classical engine generators because it reduces 80% of CO2 emissions as well as 85% of NOx emissions (thanks to AdBlue or Diesel exhaust fluid) or by using organic fuel for the machines (such as biogas, biomethane and bioethanol).
Efficient and reduction of socioeconomic costs of power outages
Reduction of power outages duration and their frequencies (SAIFI, SAIDI, TIEPI, NIEPI) for the electric distributors and for the final clients, taking into account the socioeconomic costs.
QPA offers the same electric power than a classical engine generator but ecologically conceived, lighter, more economic, less polluting and more accessible.
There is no need to invest on engine generators which will generate unnecessary CO2 emissions during their manufacturing and which at their cycle life will be underused.
We should remember that a tone of produced steel generates two tons of CO2 emissions; that a QPA generator weights 1 tone in average and that an engine generator of the same category of electric power weights 4 tones more.
Job creations and preservation of our ecosystems and Territories
With this project, we are contributing to the support of the agricultural world and all those who work and/or depend of this fundamental activity (such as enterprises of agricultural activities, entrepreneurs in the different territories, public works, technical services of town halls and communities).