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How Can Farmers Reduce Their Power Usage and Costs?

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In light of how expensive power has become in Kenya, let us take a look at some of the ways farmers can reduce their power usage and costs to improve their profit margins and ensure their farming operations run as smoothly as possible. These include: diversifying crops, storing energy at night, and making efficient use

How To Make The Most Out Of Your Solar System?

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People have already installed Solar panels in their houses, buildings, and even farms. Yet many individuals who have switched to alternative power have been concerned about how to maximize their Solar panels’ efficiency. If you have Solar panels installed in your home, you are already a step ahead in making an effort to cut back

Live Green: Save The Earth from Pollution

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Earth and all its wonderful inhabitants, plants and animals (including us humans!) – are constantly under threat from us.  We are slowly destroying our earth through pollution, unsustainable living, and mass consumption. But it’s not all doom and gloom. Although we are currently living amid a pollution crisis, there are ways to live sustainably without

Why Should Kenyans Go Solar?

Why Should Kenyans Go Solar?

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Kenya is a land dominated by the sun. It is both good and bad news. Good because the sun offers endless hours of energy if you know how to harness it. Bad news because we have not fully utilized these abundant resources. We are talking about the sun and its power! It is no secret

How To Look After Your Solar Panel System?

How To Look After Your Solar Panel System?

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Solar panels are an effective way to power your home or business without relying on electricity from the grid, but they require maintenance to work optimally. One of the most common questions homeowners ask when they get solar panels installed on their home is, how do I maintain my solar panel system? While this question

Why Do You Need To “Keep it Sunny” In Your Farm?

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Solar irrigation, as the name suggests, utilizes Solar energy to power a pump that delivers water to your farm or garden.  Unlike standard irrigation systems, you don’t need any fuel or electricity to operate it. Solar pumps are powered by sunlight and can either be grid-connected or battery-powered depending on your needs and preferences. Since

How does our RainMaker system make Rain?

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Farming can be very challenging in Kenya. It is even more so if you are a farmer in remote areas. Fetching water becomes a crucial activity because it is needed to produce food for family consumption and sale. Smallholders spend a lot of time and energy on water procurement and sometimes walk many miles in

How Can Solar Irrigation Make a Better Living for Farmers?

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Water is the essential ingredient to any crop, but in areas with an insufficient water supply, farmers are limited in what they can grow. Fortunately, irrigation solutions can help make up for this shortage and improve the lives of farmers and their families by allowing them to be self-sufficient.  Learn how solar irrigation systems work

6 Factors For Choosing The Best Solar Battery

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Your Solar power system depends on your choice of Solar battery to determine how much power it can store and how your Solar-charged devices will operate. Battery storage allows you to store the surplus energy the Solar panels generate, which gives you a stable and reliable supply of energy.  But is it always effective? The

Are Solar Panels Worth It In Kenya?

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Kenya has some of the highest prices for electricity in Africa, leading many Kenyans to look at alternative energy sources to power their homes and businesses.  One such alternative source is Solar panels, which can be used to power household electronics like TVs and fans as well as home appliances like lights and refrigerators. These

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