Solar PV Village Off Grid Solar systems
The Ngong villages can be transformed having Solar PV Off-grid systems for lighting, Phone chargers or Laptop chargers and eventually 240 V socket for each hut when we have built phase four a 10 MW solar Farm in Ngong and connected to the local sub station and mini-grid system.
PSECC - KENYA would eventually like to assist the Government of Kenya with Solar PV grid systems to be .made available to all villages in Kenya, especially Northern Kenya & funded with the help of PSECC. There is another solar light scheme - Indigo, their solar pv systems are 2.5W, seen below on the roof of the villsge hut, which aim to scale up access to solar power for Kenya’s poor, are marketed using an installment plan that puts the 10,000-shilling (about $120) pack within reach of people with modest incomes. After an initial deposit of 1,000 shillings, the user makes weekly payments of 120 shillings ($1.40) for 80 weeks before fully owning the system.
Scratch cards with codes enable purchasers to make their payments securely from home via SMS – using their mobile phone, which also can be kept charged with the solar kits. We would also like to help the Government produce the “Resource Ownership” concept in order to obtain revenue streams from Renewable Energy projects throughout Kenya.
ESCO formation will be required together with the utilization of a Government Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) that will provide payments per KW for Renewable Energy generated from Solar PV, Biomass Energy Crops, Wind, Geothermal, Wind, EFW and Hyrdo Electricity. PSECC a UK base company together with PSECC-KENYA wish to link in with SolarAid & possible SunnyMoney- who may assist the kenyalight projects.