Enviroearth just implements a new 80kWp PV Solar hybrid mini-grid generating and distributing power to the Sitolo Village in Mchinji district, Malawi, located 18 km from Mchinji Boma and 12 km from the national grid.
The “all-in-one” Enviroearth containerized turnkey solution integrating the hybrid inverter, a Lead Carbon (PB-C) battery storage unit of 950kWh and the “Reemon” (the in-house Enviroearth remote monitoring system), is particularly well adapted to such challenging location.
The project funded by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) , implemented with the collaboration of Community Energy Malawi (CEM), initially connect 150 households, grocery shops, a salon and barber shops, one bar, a maize mill, the local school and health clinic as well as six street lights. In future, the system coverage could include more households and other productive uses (such as milk cooling and metal workshops).
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