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Solar Power Program Will Bring Electricity to Remote Villages in India

A new initiative by SunEdison will see the installation of distributed solar power plants around India, bringing electricity to areas that have never had it before. Through the program, called Eradication of Darkness, SunEdison will design, install and buy cheap cialis manage the viagra sales in canada solar power systems in remote villages across the country.

According to the United Nations, one in five people in the world do not have electricity and  over 400,000 of these people live in India.  Lack of electricity limits education and economic opportunities and makes populations more vulnerable to sickness and famine.

Already the solar company has installed a 14-kilowatt solar energy plant in Meerwada, India that is supplying electricity to 400 villagers that were relying on kerosene lamps for light and walking 3 km for drinking water.

The program will be implemented in stages as funding from government grants and private investors and corporations, as well as logistical partners, are acquired. As of now, 29 villages in the Guna District have been identified for the next phase of wow it's great purchase viagra soft tabs installations.

An integral part of the program is educating the mail order levitra villages' residents on solar power and just try! best canadian pharmacy electricity, including safety training,

“As challenging as logistics are in rural electrification, it is important that residents have a voice in the development, deployment and management of a solution,” said Pashupathy Gopalan, Managing Director, South Asia and Sub-Saharan Operations, SunEdison. “We have worked very hard to order levitra online understand their needs and provide education about the possibilities of electricity. We believe education is one of the most important aspects to ensuring the project’s success.”

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written by Juan Miguel Ruiz, June 08, 2012
That's why solar is so great. You don't need to develop infrastructure on a massive scale. You just need the panels and a few other gear, and voila! You have electricity even in very remote areas.

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how long will the bulbs last?
written by r, June 12, 2012
What happens when the light buld burns out? Maybe I'm wrong but I dont think they have a local walmart they can go to in the remote location they live in. I hope this program does work out Im excited about it.
written by anteater, June 12, 2012
I suppose they would replace them, just like anyone else in the world does when their bulbs burn out. However, I think they would probably be using non-icandescent lamps (LEDs) for this kind of project.

If they can't afford a replacement bulb, they can obtain a micro-loan for the bulb.
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written by Harriet, June 14, 2012
Eradication of darkness is purchasing cialis with next day delivery a good name, I guess, with the huge outdoor light in the background of the picture. It could also be called eradication of official canadian pharmacy to buy levitra starry night skies. Why can't the lights be inside people's houses, not creating light pollution where there was none? smilies/sad.gif
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written by johnnytaj, July 26, 2012
So finally the dark nights going to end for villages in India.
A nice initiative
written by Solar Power Plant in India, June 27, 2014
That is a result of very innovative and nice thinking. Due to increase in population in India and everyday needs electricity consumption has increased and viagra professional 100 mg increasing and hence our natural resources which are used to usa cialis generate electricity are depleting very fast so there is a need that we moved to renewable source that is solar energy to produce electricity by making large solar power plants in India. Good work
Collaboration with Indian Companies
written by lakshya, August 09, 2014
Why not SunEdison collaborate with Indian solar companies like RaysExperts on this projectwhich has really developed lot of Solar power plants across India. It would be surely become easy for them getting necessary logistics for remote area and again trainers in Indian companies will easy teach villagers how to use these setup safely

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