Clinics

SimpliPhi & Footprint Deploy Mobile Microgrid for Covid-19 Clinic

Project Overview Location: Matamoros, MX Application: Pop-up Intensive Care Unit to treat COVID-19 Patients System Rating: 2.5 kW Solar PV Array with 10 kWh of Energy Storage using PHI 3.8 kWh Batteries Partners: Footprint Project and Global Response Management Inc. Background Just south of the U.S. border below Texas lies Matamoros, Mexico. Home to over 500,000 Mexican citizens, Matamoros additionally hosts a migrant camp of 3,000 refugees, most of whom are from Central America and Cuba, are seeking asylum in America. Living in close quarters...
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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 8 Puerto Rican Hospitals

After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and caused the second largest blackout in world history, hospitals across the island faced the stark reality that they were unprepared to power their critical equipment for extended periods of time during a prolonged power outage. Most turned to their only backup option: costly, loud, polluting generators that required constant refueling, which often involved waiting in long lines for gas or diesel fuel. In addition, the generators were unable supply enough energy to...
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Ensuring No Clinic Is Left in the Dark

Empowering medical clinics in remote parts of the world, first responders after natural disasters and medical services in refugee camps are all an integral part of SimpliPhi’s mission. We are committed to providing healthcare facilities with the power necessary to keep the lights on, vaccines and medications refrigerated and other lifesaving equipment operating reliably.

Clinic FAQs:

SimpliPhi microgrid solutions enable electricity, water and communications to be made available, anytime, anywhere. The systems can be sized to provide basic electricity to the clinic, as well as to power water pumps and filtration systems, cell phone extenders and more.
SimpliPhi offers a number of solutions when it comes to restoring power after a natural disaster. Our mobile Genny emergency kits are portable and allow you to take essential power with you -- enabling clinics to power critical systems at the clinic site or wherever patients need care. On a larger scale, we can work with you to develop a containerized solar+storage microgrid that can serve as a robust power supply station for your clinic and the surrounding community -- both as part of recovery as well as preparedness efforts.
SimpliPhi batteries are the ideal choice for medical clinics. SimpliPhi’s lithium ferrous phosphate (LFP) chemistry does not contain cobalt, which is hazardous and toxic. Our batteries are environmentally benign, non-toxic and do not pose any danger of thermal runaway or fire.

SimpliPhi batteries have been field-tested and proven in some of the harshest and most extreme environments on the planet, including deserts in the Middle East and tropical regions around the world.

Many of our customers turn to us seeking a replacement for lead acid batteries, which have a very limited lifespan when subjected to hot equatorial climates. SimpliPhi batteries do not have heat-related performance issues and provide a simple, direct lead acid replacement.

SimpliPhi batteries are regularly transported via small planes, canoes, pack animals and more. Our batteries are significantly lighter and smaller than lead acid batteries making them easier to transport. Plus, they have a much longer lifespan, which virtually eliminates the need to deliver replacement batteries over the lifespan of the microgrid.