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IMPHORAA project seeks to amplify the use of renewable nano-grids in the Philippines and Madagascar. Our market-led and energy-led frugal innovation upgrades rural electrification with a nano-grid technology and business model.
This will support income growth and the development of sustainable communities in both countries, contributing significantly to 2030 UN Sustainable Agenda Goals.
IMPHORAA is equipping rural communities with tools and knowledge for easy-to-install, and maintain electricity, cooling and water pumping supply. These will be used to cover the community needs. Quality jobs will be created in this regard. A pre-payment model is also deployed to secure payments and payback for investors, successfully tested in Madagascar by Nanoé.
Our innovation's implementation will be targeting many challenges that Filipinos face in rural communities. Boosting local nano-grid with cooling and water pumping will directly enable micro-entrepreneurs, will provide food and medicine security and speedy recovery after catastrophic events (floods/typhoons/tsunamis/earthquakes), which are frequent in the market in focus. Innovation is achieved by integrating tested technologies in an already viable and successful system, while also developing the business model that will help unlock finance and wider deployment at scale in the under-served market segment of the Philippines. Madagascar will also benefit from our innovation as a secondary market.