SimpliPhi and EM-ONE Deliver Reliable and Affordable Electricity to Nigeria

Access to electricity plays an essential role in promoting economic development and improving the daily lives of individuals and their well-being. In sub-Saharan Africa, nearly 600 million lack access to energy and millions more rely on costly and environmentally hazardous oil and gas for electricity. To bring modern and clean energy services to Africa, microgrids are gaining traction as a viable solution because of the rapidly declining costs for wind, solar, and batteries, coupled with their ability to be...
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SimpliPhi Powers Dartmouth Even During the Coldest Winter Months

After Dartmouth College installed solar panels at a remote campus site built for research and instruction, its administrators grew tired of having to rely heavily on its noisy generator in the evening, particularly during the coldest winter months. On cloudy days, when less solar power was generated, and when research extended into the evening when solar power was no longer available, faculty and students had to continually revert to using their generator. They longed for a silent, maintenance free,...
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Mississippi School Kids Are Empowered to Learn

The Jackson Public School system in Mississippi serves 26,000 students at 7 high school, 12 middle school, 37 elementary school, and 2 special school sites. The schools IT network is organized as a hub and spoke — with some schools receiving network connectivity via another school. This approach reduces the essential IT infrastructure required to maintain IT function. However if one school loses power, there is a risk that as many as eight other schools could also lose connectivity as...
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Hawaii Schools Deploy Solar+SimpliPhi Microgrids to Affordably Power HVAC

When Energy Upgrades Prove Cost Prohibitive, Microgrids Offer Another Path for Sustainability The statewide Hawaii Department of Education spends approximately $62 million each year on energy -- reflecting a 50 percent increase over the last 10 years. There are 256 public schools in the system housed in buildings that on average are 50 years old. In the summer of 2015, Hawaii faced a record-breaking heatwave. When schools started in August, classroom temperatures were above 90º F, and students and teachers were...
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It’s Time… and It’s Life Changing for Students of Pacific Island Schools

SimpliPhi Power & DPA Solar bring reliable, renewable power generation & storage to children & schools in remote locations with It’s Time Foundation in Fiji.
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Off Grid Kisokwe Primary School of Tanzania

PROJECT: Solar Hybrid Power for Rural School Electrification LOCATION: Tanzania, Africa CLIENT: Kisokwe Primary School Kisokwe village is located in Mazae Ward, Mpwapwa District, Dodoma Region, Tanzania. Dodoma Region is centrally positioned in Tanzania mainland. Kisokwe Primary School, which educates about 800 pupils, is the public primary school in Kisokwe village and faces major challenges in its facilities and infrastructure. Among the challenges are a lack of electricity in the school and teacher/staff quarters, and no integration of computers and technology in...
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Saving Money for Your School is Elementary with SimpliPhi

SimpliPhi has expertise working with schools worldwide for both on- and off-grid energy storage and management solutions. Schools seek out PHI batteries because they offer a safer, non-toxic lithium ion alternative that doesn’t put students or academic facilities at risk. Our small, scalable footprint does not require cooling or ventilation, allowing storage to be installed in tight indoor or outdoor locations on campuses where space and safety are at a premium.

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