“The Sustainable Energy for Rural Communities (SE4RC) is also known as the Mashaba Solar Mini-grid project.
The project seeks to provide an excess of 160KW solar energy to power 3 irrigation schemes, 5 business centres, a clinic, a school and a study centre. The project demonstrates a business and financial model of providing decentralised renewable energy through a partnership of public and private sectors and donors. It is jointly funded by the European Union (EU-ACP), the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID), the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and is being implemented by SNV, Practical Action, and Dabane Trust with the support of Government Ministries and Departments.
The major aim of the project is to promote universal access to modern energy services for 1O,OOO rural men and women in 2,8OO households in Gwanda South, contributing to better economic and social well-being.”
Replacement of outdate LeadAcid Gel Batteries – improving system lifetime for up to 10 years.
Renewable energy is a symbol of a bright new future for Africa and for our planet. We aim to provide access to sustainable, high-quality energy systems and infrastructure across Sub-Saharan Africa.