Solar Microgrid Project in Maligaon Odisha
ELP has signed to a partnership with Gram Vikas – an Indian non-governmental organization based in Odisha – which works towards enabling rural communities to get electricity. Their solar microgrid provides 24×7 electricity to the entire village and benefits will be substantial for the remote village community, which is mainly dependent on small-scale farming, agricultural labour and migration for their incomes.
ELP will fund the maintenance for Gram Vikas’ solar microgrid at Maligaon village (Maligaon is 60 km away from the block headquarters and 15 km away from the nearest market). The Maligaon Micro-Grid has had an immense impact on lives and livelihoods, and is the first and only village micro-grid in India to use lithium-ion battery technology.
This also works at multiple levels:
For more information on Gram Vikas and other activities please visit: https://www.gramvikas.org/
More detailed information can also be found on this video.
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A few glimpses of Team ELP with our Anchorage friends…
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For more information on WSD please visit:
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