Fri, 09 December, 2022
A first newsletter has been released offering updates on the progress of the IMPHORAA project.
The project is helping to meet the 2030 UN Sustainable Agenda Goals by increasing the use of renewable nano-grids in remote, hard-to-reach rural areas of the Philippines and Madagascar.
The roll-out of this innovative solution for rural electrification will support local income growth and the development of sustainable communities in both nations.
The newsletter offers information and insight into the project including the development of a solar microgrid-powered cool box, details of a project consortium field trip to Madagascar, a webinar event held by the project team and how the project is working to deliver electricity, water pumping and cooling systems that are effective while also being easy to install and maintain.
You can see the first IMPHORAA project newsletter here.
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This project is supported by Innovate UKs Energy Catalyst Programme (funding by the Foreign, Commonwealth Development Office through their Transforming Energy Access Programme) and UK aid and was awarded as a “subsidy” under the UK International Obligations for Subsidy Control and delivered under Grant 90935 from Innovate UK