Modern Energy

How can modern energy be used to solve existing issues in the humanitarian sector? This theme is a key focus for DCHI and has received a lot of traction following our Accelerator programme with RVO. Check out some of the existing initiatives below!

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Peace Renewable Energy Credits: Unlocking renewable energy solutions in conflict settings

EPP has developed the Peace Renewable Energy Credit (P-REC) as a financing solution to accelerate new renewable energy development in fragile, energy poor countries, where renewable energy investment is limited. We believe that renewable energy can build peace and deliver enduring benefits to the planet’s most vulnerable populations.

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Introduction of an eco-and socially responsible energy source 

Introduction of an eco-and socially responsible energy source which Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Cylinders, burners, cookstoves and fuels. The aim of our activities is for complete transitioning of households from biomass and firewood fuel to sources of energy that have less impact on the environment of Nigeria.

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SOLAR LIGHTING WOMEN GROUP CAMPAIGN

The Solar Lighting Women’s Group Campaign is designed to expand access to renewable energy for low-income rural communities of Tanzania. This is through improve access to energy as integrated approach to development in working with local communities, donors, governments, companies, investors and other civil society organizations.

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BIOGAS SOLUTION

The main goal of this project is to empower women economically by enhancing the employment and self-employment chances through energy solution from Bio-gas system to improve agriculture, business, and livelihood of the women eradicating poverty.

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MY WASTE MY ENERGY

My Waste My Energy produces “My Waste My Energy Rice Husk Briquettes”, a green, cheap, and viable substitute for fuelwood by converting 300,000 metric tons of rice husk waste from Benue State into energy for cooking and heating.

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Clean energy access of clean Cookstoves and briquettes to Kakuma refugees camp

We have on going activity of providing clean Cookstoves and fuel (briquettes) to the Kakuma camp refugees and host communities. It’s a program started way back in 2018 through SNV support to ensure clean carbon free household fuels are adopted it’s cheap, carbon free and saves cost to the refugees.

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Solar and Power Back Ups

South Sudan, has an Ample Supply of sunlight on a daily basis sufficient to power any residence or business premise. With less that 20% currently under the national Grid, it is the right time to implement a Pay as You Use option for women groups and youth groups and school institutions. Funding for this shall be in part by Donor Agencies.

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ImpactSite

The ImpactSite is a mobile, containerised mini-grid solar plant with internet connectivity, a water purification system and cooltainer.

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EZ Power Pack

The EZPowerPack™ provides a compact solar electricity source. The compact unit can be used in schools, clinics, homes and for first responders. The EZPowerPack™ comes in 3 configurations of electricity storage: 300Wh, 600Wh and 1250Wh. The flexible solar panel enable to position the unit anywhere and easily move it from place to place.

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DeyHaat Energy

DeyHaat provides affordable, reliable & clean energy access as a service to last mile low income generating Micro-enterprises in rural India through Solar powered Pico- Grids.

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Development of Hybrid Starter Motor Generator SMG) for Clean Energy Production

Utilization of Sustainable renewable energy sources (SRES) towards the improvement of human requirements is one of the most important sustainable development goals (SDG) for the human survival. Sarawak State in Malaysia has a lot of SRES that should be utilized.”

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Rural Electrification to health care facilities in Namibia

Our health care facilities don’t have reliable energy to cater for their needs sometimes their power goes off for days.

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WOMEN FEED AFRICA PROJECT DEMONSTRATION IN TANZANIA

This is an initiative to promote Productive Use of Energy in rural and peri-urban areas. WFA(women feed Africa) developed a new technology-based concept to deliver energy, from generating point to the point of use, without wires, thus extending Solar Mini Grid range with no additional costs and boosting new clients’ number and energy demand.

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d.light Rapid Response Rural Healthcare Electrification Solution

We have prepared a solar bundle to empower frontline primary healthcare facilities in rural Sub-Saharan Africa. The bundle combines all the basic support elements to support and scale under-resourced primary healthcare services. The solution is modular, cost-effective, and can be financed on credit terms.

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Micro Infrastructure Projects

Micro Infrastructure are small-scale infrastructure investments for villages where the poorest 1-2 billion people live. Without access to clean energy, water, modern agriculture tools and finance for them, escaping poverty is impossible. However, the microfinance industry do not lend for such technology and big infra doesn’t reach the (rural) poor

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