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Electricity for low-power applications Micro Solar Lanterns for rural communities

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Electricity for low-power applications Micro Solar Lanterns for rural communities
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Kieron Crawley
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A solar lantern has been developed for use in rural Kenyan homes using sunlight to charge a battery during the day, which then powers a lamp after dark. This project has been developed by IT Consultants, together with project partners International Development Enterprises, in Kenya. Using a combination of highly technical production methods and participatory market surveys, IT Consultants hope to come up with a product that is tailor-made for Kenyan customers.
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42
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Technologies
051 Solar
Service type
022 Lighting
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Poverty
Keywords
HouseholdEnergy    Solarlatern    MicroSolar    Rural   

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