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12/11/2019: THE FIRST SUN2ROPE SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT FINALISED IN A KENYAN SAFARI CAMP
MEECO, THE SWISS CLEAN ENERGY PROVIDER INSTALLED THE 54 KWP PROJECT WITH ITS INNOVATIVE DESIGN OF ROPE MOUNTING STRUCTURE
The Swiss-based clean energy provider The meeco Group has completed its first photovoltaic project with the newly launched, innovative solar power mounting structure, the sun2rope. This eco-friendly system consists of photovoltaic modules mounted on tailor-made rope structures, specifically designed for the project. The sun2rope PV energy installation, a first of its kind, is purposed to provide clean energy to the renowned Kenyan eco retreat “Cottar’s Safari Camp”, which is closely located to Kenia’s famous national park, the Masai Mara. The multi-award-winning Cottar’s Camp spreads over an area of 1,500 hectares, with a large concentration of watchable wildlife, and provides ten tents to host nature-loving safari tourist.
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A close up of the solar modules of the sun2rope energy project at Cottars Camp.
The team is working on the final steps to complete the PV plant.
Workers installing the sun2rope solar modules on wooden stacks.
The top view of the sun2rope PV solar plant at the Cottars Camp in Kenya.
More solar modules are waiting to be installed.
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