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Aug 2016

Plug and play solar power

31 August 2016 | Posted by ZFEP ADMIN

Despite a weak global economic outlook, oil prices are soaring and CO2 emissions have reached record highs.

Meanwhile, urbanization is increasing in several developing countries. Global electricity demand has grown by 40%. Experts predict it could triple by 2020.

Yet around 1.3 billion people, equal to one-fifth of the world’s population, still do not have access to electricity.

Asia and sub-Saharan African account for 95% of those without access to modern energy while across developing countries average electrification rates are between 65-96%.

In some of those countries the grid is impractical or impossible to install. It drives populations to use polluting fuels like charcoal or traditional generators on a daily basis.

The health risks linked to using generators range from headaches and nausea, to respiratory disease and lung cancer.

At LIBRE ENERGIE we believe we have an answer that can help many communities around the world.

Our stand-alone solar generator system is safe, silent and reliable. It provides constant power throughout the day and night and can beused alongside other sources of energy.

Plug and play

Our kW3 is also made for various applications such as agriculture, industry, the military, telecommunications and communities in need of power.

LIBRE ENERGIE has created kW3 tailored to respond to primary needs such as water pumping and outage cuts. It offers a power supply of 220/380 Vac, commonly used in Africa and South America.

Plug and Play Solar

We have developed this technology taking into account poor road accessibility, a lack of technical skills on site and tough weather conditions (dust, high temperature, humidity).

We can cover up to 100% of our partner’s needs.

Our engineering office, with experts qualified to the French National Standard of OPQPBI, work with hi-tech software to ensure a perfect architectural integration and optimal performance.

Our networks in Africa, the Middle East and South America allow us to access a variety of markets. We believe sustainability is a part of our responsibility so we train people locally to develop jobs.

We bring a difference to users by offering a power range from 3kW till 200kW and a strong, silent, free maintenance product.

We have recently worked in Guyana for a community of 35 houses and a church who had no grid available.

They were using fuel generators but the maintenance costs have grown and this solution had become too expensive. Spare parts, volatile and erratic fuel markets and fuel thieves make using generators hard work.

Power Cube

They were looking for individual solar solutions, and soon they realized that the investment would be bigger but cost effective.

A lot of countries are hit by poor electricity connections which has a strong impact on medical clinics, schools, telecoms, mines and industries. We are here to provide them with solutions.

Farmers are also trying to find an alternative to their precarious gas installations. There is strong awareness from them towards the environment and the need to use greener tools.

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Plug and play solar power

31 Aug 2016 | Posted by ZFEP ADMIN

Despite a weak global economic outlook, oil prices are soaring and CO2 emissions have reached record highs.

Meanwhile, urbanization is increasing in several developing countries. Global electricity demand has grown by 40%. Experts predict it could triple by 2020.

Yet around 1.3 billion people, equal to one-fifth of the world’s population, still do not have access to electricity.

Asia and sub-Saharan African account for 95% of those without access to modern energy while across developing countries average electrification rates are between 65-96%.

In some of those countries the grid is impractical or impossible to install. It drives populations to use polluting fuels like charcoal or traditional generators on a daily basis.

The health risks linked to using generators range from headaches and nausea, to respiratory disease and lung cancer.

At LIBRE ENERGIE we believe we have an answer that can help many communities around the world.

Our stand-alone solar generator system is safe, silent and reliable. It provides constant power throughout the day and night and can beused alongside other sources of energy.

Plug and play

Our kW3 is also made for various applications such as agriculture, industry, the military, telecommunications and communities in need of power.

LIBRE ENERGIE has created kW3 tailored to respond to primary needs such as water pumping and outage cuts. It offers a power supply of 220/380 Vac, commonly used in Africa and South America.

Plug and Play Solar

We have developed this technology taking into account poor road accessibility, a lack of technical skills on site and tough weather conditions (dust, high temperature, humidity).

We can cover up to 100% of our partner’s needs.

Our engineering office, with experts qualified to the French National Standard of OPQPBI, work with hi-tech software to ensure a perfect architectural integration and optimal performance.

Our networks in Africa, the Middle East and South America allow us to access a variety of markets. We believe sustainability is a part of our responsibility so we train people locally to develop jobs.

We bring a difference to users by offering a power range from 3kW till 200kW and a strong, silent, free maintenance product.

We have recently worked in Guyana for a community of 35 houses and a church who had no grid available.

They were using fuel generators but the maintenance costs have grown and this solution had become too expensive. Spare parts, volatile and erratic fuel markets and fuel thieves make using generators hard work.

Power Cube

They were looking for individual solar solutions, and soon they realized that the investment would be bigger but cost effective.

A lot of countries are hit by poor electricity connections which has a strong impact on medical clinics, schools, telecoms, mines and industries. We are here to provide them with solutions.

Farmers are also trying to find an alternative to their precarious gas installations. There is strong awareness from them towards the environment and the need to use greener tools.

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