Micro-Grid Design & Implementation
Power outages in the continent of Africa, is one issue that has woefully defied almost all known hypotheses for centuries, as enormous investments over the years have provided no palpable result. Considering that electricity plays a vital role in modern society, the electrical power outage has become a major impediment for Africa’s development. We offer the full range of solar solutions, including project design, implementation and maintenance in any developing country. Prior to designing our proposed models for our micro-grids we have carry out several studies and research (on-going) to make sure we design an optimal or near-optimal system. We make sure that end-user demand and behavioral issues are factored into the design. The result is a process of selection that takes into account the local dynamics such as type of settlement pattern (optimal location), density of population, ability to pay (economics), electricity services prioritized by the community members, gender aspects, available energy resources, possibility of electricity grid extension to the village and social inclusion.
The result of our designs are a sustainable energy grid, proper environmental practices, better livelihoods, employment, rural development, education and wellbeing of the people in and outside the implementation area. Our design also envisages and creates a knowledge database of best practices and statistics for reference as an outcome of our projects. Our projects are designed to integrate energy development, human resource and capacity development, entrepreneurship and business development, environment and sustainability, and technical resource development in developing countries. These themes are designed to be implemented concurrently with the goal to improve socio-economic wellbeing of people by increasing and diversifying energy production through modernized practices, providing local supply for the high demand for economic activities, and securing the environment in this area for sustainable energy and rural development. For more information send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org