Solar PV: Making Positive Impacts

February 2017

Making Positive Impacts

Visit Us Now
Symtech Solar - Newsletter January 2017-Atlas 200kW USA
Global demand for solar PV is growing rapidly as its benefits are being increasingly recognized. One particularly important value is its impact on communities; this technology provides an opportunity to improve standards of living, and it offers a long-term, sustainable energy option.
Listed are some examples of how Symtech Solar has proudly contributed to the bettering of communities through solar technology.

Symtech Solar - Newsletter January 2017 - Micronesia - Apollo 4kW
Mufindi, Tanzania

Symtech Solar partnered with EGG-Energy to install an off-grid system on school facilities in the village areas of Ilogombe and Kibengu in Tanzania. With electricity and LED lighting available after dark, students can study, use computers, and use facilities for activities at all times of day, improving the local educational system.
Symtech Solar - Newsletter January 2017 - Micronesia - Atlas 8.25kW
Pohnpei, Micronesia
Working with the National Olympic Committee for Micronesia, Symtech Solar installed an on-grid solar PV system on the roof of Pohnpei’s FSM Swimming Facility. As the first-ever on-grid PV system installed on the island, this project is a positive symbol for the community. Typically in Pohnpei, energy is produced from imported diesel fuel, making this solar installation a progressive step towards a cleaner community.
Pakin Atoll, Micronesia

Solar PV boosted a community whose economy relies heavily on the fishing industry. With no local grid in Pakin Atoll, there was very limited access to common resources needed to support businesses.
An off-grid PV system of 3.6kW was roof mounted on Pakin’s island school, providing positive ripple effects. Clean electricity access has provided opportunities for technology, business, health, and educational development in the area, demonstrating solar power’s social impact capabilities.

Connect with Us!
Google Plus
Symtech Solar - Newsletter January 2017-Apollo 4.5kW New Zealand

Missed our previous newsletter? 
See the link below!
Copyright © 2017, SYMTECH SOLAR, All rights reserved.
February 2017 - Solar PV: Making Positive Impacts

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp