Essentially mini-grids are independent, decentralised electricity networks that can function separately from a national grid.
The changing energy landscape is nudging businesses to rethink their energy options, as one of the biggest challenges faced in this sector is interrupted power supply.
Residential use of energy accounts for almost forty percent of total energy use globally.
Every business needs power for its essentials such as: Internet, mobile communications and power for computers, machines, appliances.
Developing countries shoulder a disproportionate amount of air pollution, which lead to an estimated 6.5 million premature deaths each year, according to the International Energy Agency.
Access to the internet and the incredible educational resources available online are impossible without power. A fully charged mobile phone and access to television are critical to nurture curiosity and social connections.