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Tree-Nation Community Solar Scheme, Bore

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Ru Hartwell

on 11 August 2013

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Transcript of Tree-Nation Community Solar Scheme, Bore

and provide power for computer training

and allow them to develop more fishponds like this one


which would double the capacity of their main tree nursery…..

To educate their kids, the community have to sell their forest as charcoal. This scheme aims to help them develop alternative sustainable income streams.

5 new solar charging systems will give them the electricity to:

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Proposal - Tree-Nation
Community Solar Scheme, Bore


Solar power is tremendously valuable in remote African locations
To educate their kids, the community have to sell their forest as charcoal. So this scheme aims to use solar power to help them develop alternative, sustainable income streams.


New communal solar charging systems would give them the power to pump more water to these reservoirs…..


and allow them to develop more fishponds like this.

It would give light for an evening sewing school

or charge mobiles like this one
supplied to Solomon Karisa


All of these would help the farmers create small businesses that are sustainable and ‘forest friendly’

For verification, all panels would be GPS logged and in time, viewable on Google Earth
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