PWorking with local leaders, GRID Alternatives identifies communities that are most in need of access to renewable
energy sources, and develops community-supported plans to implement projects.
Peru and other developing countries are leaping past wired networks and going straight to wireless technology in order to modernize.
The Institute of Planning and Promotion of Energy Solutions for Non-Connected Zones (IPSE) was tapped to oversee a project to provide electricity to ten schools and over 1,000 homes.
Continuous coverage surveillance system tracks poachers and saves African wildlife.
The “Light for All” program was launched by the Brazilian federal government and coordinated by the Ministry of Mines and Energy to deliver electricity to families in rural areas.
The state government of Rio de Janeiro facilitated the largest solar highway project ever attempted in Brazil, and one of the largest in the world, a project locals called the Solar Superhighway.
The Brazilian mining industry is increasingly turning to solar power to take advantage of the region’s abundant sunshine to support its mining operations. Powering these can be a challenge—a mine has inherently high energy consumption due to the heavy equipment, lighting, and safety and ventilation required.
EFOY fuel cells integrate renewable energy and fuel cell technology to power remote systems for years without refueling. This new, hybrid system shifts from fuel cells to solar energy to keep systems operating regardless of weather or time of day. Morningstar components were selected for the solar charge controllers for their unmatched reliability, advanced technology and competitive pricing.
Morningstar Corporation Selected as the Main Supplier of Tozzi Green for Turnkey Solution Peruvian Rural Electrification Project–the largest, most ambitious rural electrification project in history. This effort will bring access to electricity to nearly one million Peruvians.
When Guy Paquette, a professor/researcher and department head at Quebec City’s prestigious Laval University decided to retire after a 35-year career, he selected an ambitious project: build a dream second home on the St. Lawrence seaway.