Kube Energy is piloting an innovative solar service model for providing clean and affordable electricity to the Humanitarian Hub in Malakal to improve the humanitarian response.
This will improve the efficiency of the humanitarian operations, thus leaving more resources for the programmes.
The pilot will explore options for overcoming the technical and financial barriers for accessing sustainable energy solutions. The innovation is based on a leading model for solar, just tailored for humanitarian organisations that operate in the most difficult working environments.
A solar service model that will enable private investment in renewable energy infrastructure. This again will facilitate for the widespread transition from using diesel generators to renewable energy, reducing operational costs and emissions.
Dave Mozersky and Sherwin Das from the Energy Peace Partners share an update following their visit to the internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Malakal, South Sudan, as part of an ongoing effort to build a large solar-battery system in the camp’s “Humanitarian Hub.”View
Kube Energy are finding ways to navigate the bureaucracy and procurement policies that can often be obstacles for non-traditional innovative products and services like their solar servicing modelView
Kube Energy introduce us to their development project seeking to increase the use of renewable energy in powering humanitarian operations and develop a tailor made leasing solution for themView
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