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What are the benefits of a Power Dock?

  • Shore Power to Boats in Remote Areas

  • Energy Independence From Grid Power 

  • Increased Mooring Revenue

  • Off Location Wi-Fi

  • 24/7 IoT Monitoring

  • Off Season Income by Selling Power Back to the Grid

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Reduce Marina Energy Operating Cost, Improve Power Resiliency, and Expand Services to Remote Marina Facilities with Blue Isles™ Solar Micro Grid Docks

Blue Isles™ Solar Docks integrate Photovoltaic Power, Energy Storage, and Power Distribution technologies to provide on-site resilient electricity in Marina Facilities and Remote Mooring Fields.


​Benefits includes:

  • Reduced Marina Energy Expenditures (self-power generation + Net Metering Utility Interconnection)

  • Improve Marina Power Resiliency (incorporating Integrated Energy Storage)

  • Self-Powered Floating Docks in Remote Mooring Locations (added customer services)

  • Incremental Revenue in Applicable State Utility Markets (selling power to Utility and/or 3rd Parties with Tariff Incentive Programs + Distributed Utility Interconnection)

  • 30% Federal Tax Credit Incentive (Private or Commercial) + 100% Capital Expense Deduction Credit in 1st Year for Commercial Customers)

Blue Isles™ Solar Docks (SD) are the first of its kind docks that self-generate integrated renewable power. Blue Isles™ SD transforms underutilized floating docks into self-generating Sustainable Power Producing floating infrastructures that help reduce the Marina’s energy operating cost and allows the convenience of power distribution to remote floating locations. These solar docks are configurable and customizable with respect to size and construction materials (traditional woods, metal, composite and formed concrete) to suit a number of floating infrastructure applications and design requirements.


Blue Isles™ SD can be interconnected to the Marina local Utility load as a Net Metering Interconnection (offering electric tariff credit offsets to the Utility Meter Customer) and/or as a Distributed Generation Tariff Incentive Interconnection (able to sell the power to the local Utility and/or other third parties in applicable State jurisdictions). Additional Blue Isles™ Technology product options include integrated Energy Storage for servicing remote locations, improved Power Resiliency, IoT communications for remote Customer monitoring conveniences, and Water Quality Management remote monitoring for improved Marina Environmental impact.


Blue Isles™ SD allows optimization of Mooring fields by increasing the number of boats docked per single anchorage. Standard configurations of 2 to 4 boats are available and customizable with optional Blue Isles™ Technologies.