Computer Aid International has installed its first two Youth Entrepreneurship Hubs in Makeni and Pujehun in Sierra Leone. These Solar-Powered hubs will give the opportunity for the local youth to get their ICDL and increase their employability in a competitive job market.
Renewvia Energy is helping underserved communities and businesses in rural Kenya access the energy they need to improve their lives and bolster their economy. Renewvia is building a network of solar microgrid stations that will provide clean, efficient, and affordable energy on a pay-as-you-go basis.
In January, Renewvia began construction of three sites in Kenya and it plans to complete an additional ten sites this year. Renewvia will connect around 4,000 homes and businesses in 2018. The sites are in multiple counties from Lake Victoria all the way to the Indian Ocean.
The well-known solar module brand AXITEC extends its manufacturer’s warranty to 15 years. The new manufacturer warranty will be valid from the 1st of April 2018.
Faults in the functioning of photovoltaic plants that are detected too late can have serious effects on their energy yields. Financial losses and thus lower profitability are often the results. In order to prevent possible malfunctions and to be able to react quickly in the event of a problem, professional PV plant monitoring is required.