Solar Power to the People
Students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech install a self-made microgrid on the roof of the Hope Center health clinic in Haiti.
Today, an estimated 7 million Haitians live without access to reliable power, limiting their individual and collective prospects for economic growth and prosperity.
With no stable, large-scale energy solution on the horizon, microgrids offer small pockets of hope.
And thanks to a Georgia Tech student team and their benefactors, a remote village health clinic now has electricity 24/7.
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