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Our Water Purification Green System.
The Forgotten Mile
Network Technology, Economic Growth for The Forgotten Mile
DO IT YOURSELF
Villages throughout the world without access to electricity are now afforded the opportunity for independence by building and managing their own infrastructure. Open the crate, plug the components together, and hours later multiple homes will have sufficient power for lights, fans, a small refrigerator, TV, and communal water purification. And with our “pay-as-you-go” platform, electricity is affordable and accessible to all citizens of the world!
Digital DC Networked Electricity
PLUG AND PLAY
VAULTe HOME BOX
This Infrastructure platform, besides delivering much needed electricity, includes an e-commerce site for trading. This creates an opportunity for Villages to present their “Wares to the World”, and a plan to market craft items such as ceramics.
A unique brand of home goods designed by Kenyan artist Caroline and produced by Forgotten Mile Villagers to Fair Trade Standards
Plan for Economic Development for Rural Villages
Kenyan Mud Lamps by CAROLINE
Prince Sultan University
Teaching Lab/Commercial Showroom
The proposed DC microgrid is composed of three mutually isolated voltages – 760V, 380V, and 48V. In the above diagram, 760V is shown in Red, 380V is shown in Blue, and 48V is shown in Green.
The 760Vdc bus is generated from Battery storage, supplemented by PV panels, and backed up by AC grid. The generation of 760Vdc bus is through Ampowr Cabinet, which is a product from Ampowr. The power rating is 50kW.
The Target Project
With so many of the loads in their store being direct current, Target decided to install this smart energy eco-system, providing safe, flexible power for permanent and seasonal displays
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