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Mobisol was awarded as one of the best startups in Europe at Ecosummit 2016. The German company now sells more than 100 PV systems per day.
Kyung Hee University researcher Boucar Diouf plans to start solar-powered LED lamp pilot projects in Senegal and sub-Saharan African countries within the next year.
Toschiba Corp. will equip a train station in Japanese Kawasaki with an off-grid PV hydrogen system. This system can keep the station powered even in case of an earthquake.
Impact resistant, waterproof and submersible, almost as fast as a standard wall plug – World Panels SunStream solar charger is now available for South African mobile phone users.
Biggest energy suppliers in Western Australia now offers customers off-grid power supply to avoid the outages caused by natural disasters, such as bushfires.
BNEF has put out a new report which demonstrates impressive growth in the past five years and forecasts a $3.1 billion market opportunity for the off-grid solar industry by 2020.
Large-scale renewable energy projects remain more cost efficient compared to decentralized alternatives, according to a new report by Norwegian certification group DNV GL.
The French energy giant leverages its $150 million Total Energy Ventures fund to secure stakes of no more than 15% in the two off-grid and microgrid startups.
The investment allows Powerhive to expand its renewable microgrid development using its propriety technology and supply affordable and reliable electricity to off-grid communities in emerging markets.
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