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10/10/17: REMOTE COMMUNITY IN GUYANA TO BE POWERED BY SOLAR ENERGY
meeco AND oursun Guyana WILL INSTALL 400 kWp OFF-GRID sun2live SOLUTION TO PROVIDE MABARUMA REGION WITH CLEAN ENERGY
The Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana aims to foster the transition towards a 100% renewable energy supply by 2025. As part of this strategy, the Hinterland Electrification Company Inc. (HECI), associated with the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, strives to improve the electricity situation of remote areas and reduce their dependence on cost-expensive and polluting diesel generators. The Mabaruma region will now benefit from this approach, since the HECI has awarded meeco the tender to design, supply and install a 400 kWp solar system for the community, which meeco will execute together with its local joint venture oursun Guyana.
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The HECI has awarded meeco the tender to design, supply and install a 400 kWp solar system for the Mabaruma region.
For isolated off-grid regions such as Mabaruma, solar energy represents a cost-effective alternative source of power.
Due to the remote location of the site, meeco will have to overcome some logistical challenges and, for example, choose smaller containers and boats.
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