The Solar systems are being installed in local health clinics and hospitals around the country and is part of the Solar for Health (S4H) program financed by UNDP in Zimbabwe.
The Solar systems are equipped with lithium battery storage and will secure consistent access to power for medical clinics and services even in remote areas of the country.
JGH Solar started the installation in 2020 and it is expected to be completed by mid-2021. As a part of the preparation for the installation of the solar systems JGH Solar carried out site visits to some of the sites. During the visits JGH were represented by a local partner in Zimbabwe, who met up with the UNDP and the local ministries to plan the work.
The 640 Solar systems range from minor systems with a capacity of 5 kWp up to the biggest with a capacity of 40 kWp.
Details of the projects
- Project: PV Solar systems for medical clinics and hospitals in Zimbabwe
- Client: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- Funded by: UNDP
- Place: Zimbabwe
- Status: On-going
- 444 systems of 5 kWp with 15 kWh lithium battery storage
- 72 systems of 7 kWp with 21 kWh lithium battery storage
- 65 systems of 10 kWp with 30 kWh lithium battery storage
- 59 systems of 40 kWp with 120 kWh lithium battery storage
- Maintenance and remote monitoring for 1 year