SOLshare has installed over 28 microgrid system across Bangladesh, as well as in India, and aims to have 160 more running around the world by the end of 2020.
“We are really pleased to be involved in such a rewarding project, one that has the potential to transform the lives of people in some of the world’s poorest communities. This project is just one example of how technology can be leveraged as a powerful force for real social change and economic development,” said Dr David Smith, Head of Industrial Technology at TTP.
“TTP has the engineering and product development expertise to dramatically improve the capabilities of our SOLbox platform and with that, our service offering to low-income communities in hard to reach areas across the globe. This collaboration enables us to leapfrog in our technology development and improve lives,” said Dr Sebastian Groh, Managing Director at ME SOLshare Ltd
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