Loreto Rumbek is made up of a primary school, a secondary school and Primary Health Care. The school first opened in 2008 and provides much needed place of education for girls aged 14-20.
To give a lot of students the chance of accommodation, a new dormitory was originated. The project start was in March 2019 and lasted till December 2019.
This consists of 15 REC solar panels 295Wp mounted on this particular building using Schletter mounting accessories and surge protection devices.
The equipment is mounted on the wall arranged for the best possible connections and professional smartness to be achieved.
A lithium BYD battery stands on the floor, fixed on the wall on its upper part to be firm to avoid any movement. It stands as close as possible next to the inverter in order to use the special interface cable between the inverter and the BYD battery system for good performance.
All equipment is wired in accordance to the standards and regulations, including grounding.
The big advantage of the Lithium BYD battery system is that it is maintenance free, unlike the lead-acid batteries it does not require occasional addition of distilled water. Only general maintenance of the power room is required: Basic Cleaning and regular checks to avoid entrance of dangerous animals especially mice, lizards and other insects that can cause tremendous damages to the system.
Please find more information about the Loreto sisters under: https://www.loretorumbek.ie/
|Solar power supply for
Radio Wa http://radiowa.org
|Duration:||July 2014 – October 2015|
For more information, please contact the project manager Manfred Pichler: firstname.lastname@example.org
BBM-project partner RADIO PACIS in Arua, Uganda wins solar award. Moreover, the president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, visits the radio station.
BBM and RADIO PACIS have a long history together. The BBM built the radio station in the north-west of Uganda with the help of Know-How and also constantly expands it.
The radio station, planned by the BBM, was part of two gratifying events:
Firstly, RADIO PACIS won the well-known EUROSOLAR award in the category “One World Cooperation” for the innovative solar-power-system, which reduced the operational energy costs drastically and has a role model effect for the region.
Further on, the Ugandan president Museveni visited the technical part of RADIO PACIS and visibly impressed.
Right now, the BBM is working on the energy management of the radio station, to rise the efficiency of the plant.