Individual Actions are Vital to Solve the Energy Poverty Crisis / World Energy Day 2022
Energy poverty has been defined by the World Economic Forum to be the lack of access to sustainable, modern energy services and products. This goes beyond voluntary green energy initiatives in developed countries. Habitat for Humanity drives the point of a basic “lack of adequate, affordable, reliable, quality, safe, and environmentally sound energy services to support development.” Unfortunately, economic and social development is a direct contributor that creates a line between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ regarding energy distribution. Simply put by Habitat for Humanity, “poorer countries are those usually equipped with the worst energy services, which contribute to malnourishment, unhealthy living conditions and limited access to education and employment.”
September 14, 2021
Join Us for World Energy Day on October 22
Internationally recognized official days bring the world together to celebrate topics that vary tremendously from carefree and funny to critical and important. There is a place for World Nutella Day or World Hammock Day to keep it light, but there are also opportunities to take on a topic like energy
March 24, 2021
Global Utility Grid Conditions, Load Shedding, COVID-19: Challenges and Solutions
Utility grid pressure, mini-grids, unreliable grids, load shedding, and COVID-19 – A brief explanation of common regional conditions, challenges, and solutions. In many markets across the world, the national electricity grids are continuously under pressure to supply the total residential and commercial loads that are required. This pressure tends to
March 22, 2021
Energy Poverty to Energy Access: Improve Health, Opportunity and Dignity for Women and Families
March is Women’s History Month and a time to consider the historical impact of energy poverty on women and how the futures of women and their families around the world can change with energy access. Imagine what life would be like without access to modern-day energy sources and you’ll begin
August 5, 2020
Optimize Performance with Phocos CIS Solar Charge Controllers
Optimize Performance with sophisticated Phocos CIS Solar Charge Controllers The Phocos CIS family of charge controllers has day and night detection for outdoor lighting applications. This is called hysteresis. Without hysteresis, power to streetlights will be unstable. Meaning our sophisticated CIS controllers have 2-way PV voltage detection, at two different levels needed for
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