The UN Country Office based in Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania) inaugurated early August 2019 the Solar Hybrid Power System designed, supplied, installed and commissioned by Enviroearth and its local partner last June on the UN House.
The containerized system includes 227kWp of PV roof and carport mounted and a 122.8kWh Lithium-Ion battery bank. The Solar generator is connected to the grid and to an existing diesel powergen used as back-up.
The solar system is currently the biggest solar hybrid power plant site installed in Tanzania, it’s allowing :
– 70% of the electricity consumption of the UN Building covered by solar energy
– 68 T of CO2 emissions avoided annually
– Save over $34k per year