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Sunlabob provides private sector view at Pacific Regional Ministers’ Meeting

Apr 04, 2014

Sunlabob provides private sector view at Pacific Regional Ministers’ Meeting

CEO highlights key opportunities and challenges for commercially-viable renewable energy growth in the Pacific islands

This week Andy Schroeter, CEO of Sunlabob, presented at the Pacific Regional Energy and Transport Ministers' Meeting, held in Nadi, Fiji to provide a private sector perspective on renewable energy development in Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs).

Highlighting Sunlabob’s experience with implementing on- and off-grid solar power in Pacific island countries such as Micronesia, Kiribati and the Marshall Islands, Schroeter identified barriers and provided recommendations for catalyzing private investments in renewable energy in the region.

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Impact investor forum highlights Sunlabob business case

Mar 28, 2014

Impact investor forum highlights Sunlabob business case

Toniic convenes first “Southeast Asia Deals” discussion; Sunlabob asked to present case study of success and future strategy

Sunlabob this week was a featured presenter during the “Southeast Asia Deals” webinar, hosted by Toniic, a global network of individual and institutional financiers focused on impact and social investments.

Through an invitation from Uberis Capital – a leading social venture capital firm and Toniic Host Member in Southeast Asia – Sunlabob outlined its foundation as a social enterprise in Laos, and its evolution to an internationally-focused company that today delivers its rural energy and clean water expertise throughout Southeast Asia, Africa and the Pacific islands.

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Myanmar investor forum highlights off-grid renewable energy business opportunities

Mar 22, 2014

Myanmar investor forum highlights off-grid renewable energy business opportunities

Sunlabob CEO presents rural energy business models, draws attention to “Telecom Tower—Village Power” and brownfield hybrid mini-grid approaches

This week Sunlabob presented and participated within the “Myanmar Investor Forum: Off-grid Renewable Energy Opportunities” hosted by the Asian Development Bank in the capital city of Nay Pyi Taw.

Andy Schroeter, Sunlabob CEO, spoke on the first day of the forum, focusing on business opportunities in the off-grid energy sector, particularly regarding the development of community-based mini-grids powered by solar and small-hydropower.

“Myanmar’s low rate of electricity access presents substantial opportunity for commercially-viable approaches to rural renewable energy development for years to come,” stated Schroeter. “The combination of rural energy demand, suitable consumer income levels and available natural resources create a very promising business case.”

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Solar in Kiribati: from the classroom to the rooftop (photos)

Feb 21, 2014

Solar in Kiribati: from the classroom to the rooftop (photos)

Sunlabob continues to be quite active in the Pacific region, particularly in the Kiribati islands where Antony Watkins, the company’s head engineer has been embedded for more than six months, working on a daily basis to provide hands-on solar PV training for local engineers and technicians, primarily at the Kiribati Solar Energy Company (KSEC).

[click here to read the initial announcement of this project in August 2013]

The program led by Sunlabob – which is funded by the European Development Fund and managed by the government of Kiribati – is centered on Watkins providing technical instruction and supervision for on- and off-grid solar PV installation, as well as operation and maintenance techniques.

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Sunlabob installs solar-powered LED streetlights in northwest Laos

Jan 29, 2014

Sunlabob installs solar-powered LED streetlights in northwest Laos

Sunlabob engineers recently completed the installation of two solar-powered LED street lighting systems at a provincial forestry checkpoint in Sayaboury, a northwest province of Laos. The new source of lighting allows inspectors from the Provincial Agriculture and Forestry Office to more effectively conduct its roadside checkpoint duties during the night.

The solar-powered LEDs contribute to Climate Protection through Avoided Deforestation (CliPAD), a program in partnership between Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and the Department of Forestry, Lao PDR.

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Decentralized renewable energy key topic at Myanmar Power & Electricity Summit

Jan 28, 2014

Decentralized renewable energy key topic at Myanmar Power & Electricity Summit

Sunlabob this week spoke about the viability of renewable energy-based rural electrification at the Myanmar Power & Electricity Summit held in Yangon.

Represented by Evan Scandling, Head of Communications, Sunlabob conveyed the message that decentralized renewable energy –particularly solar photovoltaic power and small hydropower mini-grids – holds significant potential in Myanmar, a country currently with more than 40 million people not connected to the national electricity grid.

“Off-grid renewable energy is impossible to ignore as Myanmar develops its roadmap for electrification,” said Scandling. “The country has the right natural resources, a huge customer base that is demanding reliable energy supply and a long time horizon for extending the centralized national grid. Mini-grids will play a significant role in answering the electrification needs of Myanmar.”

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Sunlabob brings rural renewable energy perspective to World Future Energy Summit

Jan 24, 2014

Sunlabob brings rural renewable energy perspective to World Future Energy Summit

As part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, the Middle East’s largest gathering about renewable energy, water scarcity and sustainable development, Sunlabob participated in several of the week’s events, bringing a unique on-the-ground view of renewable energy development in rural, remote areas of the world.

Sunlabob spoke on two panel discussions within the World Future Energy Summit, a conference and exhibition now in its seventh year attracting more than 20,000 business, civic and political leaders from around the globe to the United Arab Emirates to focus on clean technology and renewable energy issues. The week’s events also attracted six presidents, three prime ministers, 67 ministers and the heads of 144 international delegations.

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Sunlabob helps launch new IRENA “Coalition for Action” as founding member

Jan 19, 2014

Sunlabob helps launch new IRENA “Coalition for Action” as founding member

As part of the International Renewable Energy Agency’s (IRENA) annual Assembly in Abu Dhabi, UAE, Sunlabob joined 35 other leading renewable energy advocates from both industry and civil society to launch the “Coalition for Action to Bolster Public Support for Renewable Energy.”

The Coalition – which was ratified by the Heads of State and Ministers from over 150 countries as well as representatives from 120 international organizations gathered for the IRENA Assembly – aims to communicate clear messages about renewable energy with both the public and policymakers around the world.

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Opinion: The case for renewable energy mini-grids in rural electrification

Jan 03, 2014

Opinion: The case for renewable energy mini-grids in rural electrification

By Evan Scandling, Head of Communications, Sunlabob Renewable Energy

Two of the heaviest hitters within the international development world – the United Nations and the World Bank – recently came together to underscore their efforts to activate financing dedicated to delivering modern energy access by 2030 to the 1 in 5 people globally currently living without electricity.

World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim made it clear that an additional $600-$800 billion a year between now and 2030 will be needed from government, international agencies, civil society and the private sector to achieve universal electrification, as well as double renewable energy adoption and energy efficiency.

What hasn’t yet been made clear is how that financing will be targeted. Historically, donor aid and financing has spent hundreds of billions of dollars on energy infrastructure – but oftentimes the rural poor don’t reap the benefits. Only 8 percent of the World Bank’s energy financing in...

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From Myanmar to Uganda: Sunlabob’s 2013 in pictures

Dec 29, 2013

2013 was a busy year for Sunlabob: our team worked in new geographies around the world, we engaged with new customers and most importantly, Sunlabob provided renewable energy and clean water to more rural, remote communities.

This year’s work was diverse, ranging from solar energy training in the far reaches of the Kiribati islands to projects closer to home like the solar mini-grid opening access to electricity to the 500 residents of Ban Houaypha, a remote, off-grid village in Luang Prabang Province, Laos.

Here is a selection of photos providing a snapshot of a few places Sunlabob was throughout 2013.

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Lao PDR’s first solar panel production facility launched by Sunlabob

Dec 27, 2013

Lao PDR’s first solar panel production facility launched by Sunlabob

At its headquarters in Vientiane, Sunlabob this week announced that it has established the capability to produce solar photovoltaic modules to generate electricity for use throughout Lao PDR.

“Until now, solar power projects in Lao PDR have had to rely completely on imported products from foreign manufacturers, oftentimes slowing the development process and increasing costs,” said Andy Schroeter, CEO of Sunlabob, which has installed solar energy throughout the country since 2000. “The new manufacturing competence will allow Sunlabob to assemble solar panels on demand that can be customized to each customer’s needs.”

Solar photovoltaic (PV) technology has been used in Lao PDR for many years to provide electricity to rural households, schools and health stations, as well as for practical functions such as water pumping and purification, communications and medicine storage.

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PHOTO TOUR: Visiting solar lantern rental systems in southern Lao PDR

Dec 05, 2013

PHOTO TOUR: Visiting solar lantern rental systems in southern Lao PDR

A team of Sunlabob engineers and community trainers recently traveled to Savannakhet Province in southern Lao PDR for a check-up visit to six remote, off-grid villages utilizing Solar Lantern Rental Systems (SLRS) originally established in 2011.

The six solar-powered charging stations, consisting of 300 lanterns, were installed in partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation as an affordable, safer alternative to traditional kerosene lamps that create jobs and revenue within the poor communities.

More than 1000 villagers have access to the rental systems, primarily using the lanterns for cooking, working, studying and charging mobile phones.

Before the SLRSs were established in 2011, villagers fully relied on inadequate and unhealthy forms of lighting solutions including burning kerosene, candles, wood and non-reusable battery torches.

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Solar-equipped environmental education vehicles launched in Laos

Nov 14, 2013

Solar-equipped environmental education vehicles launched in Laos

This week, two vehicles featuring solar-powered electronics and multimedia systems designed and installed by Sunlabob were unveiled by the Lao PDR’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) and the German development agency Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

A 14-seat bus and eight-meter box truck will tour throughout Lao PDR as tools to increase knowledge about environmental protection, biodiversity and climate change as part of the Lao-German Cooperation Project ProCEEd (Promotion of Climate-related Environmental Education). The solar photovoltaic systems installed on the rooftops of each vehicle provide 4-5 hours of energy for the electronics systems.

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Sunlabob’s rural energy and water solutions showcased at AidEx 2013

Nov 13, 2013

Sunlabob’s rural energy and water solutions showcased at AidEx 2013

This week, Sunlabob is a featured exhibitor at AidEx 2013, an international humanitarian and development aid event held annually in Brussels, Belgium that brings together more than 2,000 professionals from government, the commercial sector and civil society.

The company is presenting, in particular, its portable renewable energy and water solutions including solar-powered lanterns and solar home systems used for off-grid lighting and cell phone charging, as well as solar-powered water pumping and purification technologies that are ideal for accessing clean water in rural areas.

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Sunlabob Photo Tour: Electrifying Sierra Leone with Solar

Oct 30, 2013

Sunlabob Photo Tour: Electrifying Sierra Leone with Solar

Since being awarded two contracts earlier this year by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), our engineers have been hard at work designing and installing 14 solar PV power plants throughout rural areas of Sierra Leone, a country with an electrification rate of less than 10 percent.

In addition to the design and installation work, the Sunlabob team is providing hands-on local training with community members to ensure proper usage and maintenance and enable longevity of the solar systems, technically and socially.

The solar PV projects – twelve 5 kWp plants and one 16 kWp plant – are focused on education and training, ranging from industrial growth centers to an engineering college.

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Solar Power Mini-Grid Opens Energy Access to Rural Laos

Oct 29, 2013

Solar Power Mini-Grid Opens Energy Access to Rural Laos

Sunlabob partners to deliver reliable, affordable electricity to 500 residents of remote Lao village

Sunlabob and Fondation Energies pour le Monde this week announced the completion of a solar-powered mini-grid that is now delivering reliable, affordable electricity to nearly 500 people in a remote village in Luang Prabang Province, Laos.

Ban Houaypha, a village of 83 households, has limited job opportunities, low income levels, inadequate education and health services and no short-term outlook to receive electricity from the national electricity grid. The average household income is less than $2.50 a day.

The 6.5 kWp solar plant will distribute electricity through a decentralized village grid to households, a community center and five street lights. The Ban Houaypha mini-grid is the first step within the Fondation’s long-term rural electrification strategy in Laos that aims to implement 15 solar village grids to provide energy access to at least 10,000...

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Alliance for Rural Electrification recognizes Sunlabob in ‘Best Practices’ report

Oct 16, 2013

Alliance for Rural Electrification recognizes Sunlabob in ‘Best Practices’ report

International report highlights Sunlabob solar PV village mini-grid in rural Laos

Sunlabob’s experience with renewable energy village mini-grids was this week included in a publication by the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) that highlights successful models for off-grid energy access in developing regions around the world.

The publication, “Best Practices: What renewable energies can achieve in developing and emerging markets,” highlights Sunlabob’s work to develop a solar PV mini-grid that provides reliable, affordable electricity to Ban Phakeo, a rural community of approximately 100 households in Luang Prabang Province, Laos.

Sunlabob’s case study can be viewed here.

“Providing clean energy in poor, rural areas in a way that is sustainable – technically, economically and socially – is a challenge,” said Andy Schroeter, co-founder and CEO of Sunlabob. “Compiling successful approaches to rural electrification from around the world, as the Alliance has done, can be an important tool for energy decision-makers to draw...

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CEO addresses ASEAN energy community about role of off-grid renewables in regional electrification

Sep 27, 2013

CEO addresses ASEAN energy community about role of off-grid renewables in regional electrification

Presentation focuses on off-grid energy access as key element of holistic, long-term rural development

Andy Schroeter, CEO of Sunlabob, this week spoke at the annual gathering of Southeast Asia’s energy community in Bali, Indonesia. Addressing the ASEAN Energy Business Forum, which included members of business, academia and government, Schroeter highlighted off-grid electrification as an important driver of rural development in the region.

Citing that nearly 150 million people in the ASEAN region still live without access to electricity, Schroeter pointed specifically to decentralized mini-grids as a viable solution for providing robust and reliable electricity to rural communities without national grid access.

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Myanmar Power Summit turns to Sunlabob for decentralized renewable energy insight

Sep 25, 2013

Myanmar Power Summit turns to Sunlabob for decentralized renewable energy insight

Evan Scandling addresses Myanmar’s electricity sector stakeholders about role of off-grid renewable energy solutions in rural electrification strategy

This week, Evan Scandling, Head of Communications, presented at the Myanmar Power Summit in Yangon, Myanmar to discuss opportunities and challenges for decentralized renewable energy solutions within the country’s rural electrification planning.

Scandling emphasized that off-grid, community-level renewable energy can play a critical role within the national energy strategy of the country where about 75 percent of the population can’t access the central electricity grid.

“Decentralized renewable energy can be a significant catalyst of economic and social development for the rural communities left off the grid,” said Scandling during the Summit, which was co-hosted by the Myanmar Ministry of Electric Power.

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Sunlabob CEO joins CSR Asia Summit to discuss business models for engaging low-income markets

Sep 17, 2013

Sunlabob CEO joins CSR Asia Summit to discuss business models for engaging low-income markets

Andy Schroeter, CEO of Sunlabob, this week spoke at a leading conference focused on inclusive economic development and responsible growth in Asia.

Presenting at the CSR Asia Summit in Bangkok, Thailand, Schroeter highlighted Sunlabob’s experience developing renewable energy micro-enterprises in rural, low-income communities throughout Laos and remote areas of Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Pacific region.

“Local inclusion and hands-on capacity-building is a core component of delivering clean energy and water to low-income communities effectively over the long-term,” said Schroeter who holds more than 15 years of experience developing business-based solutions for rural energy and water access.

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Sunlabob expands renewable energy footprint in Kiribati islands with local solar PV trainings

Aug 28, 2013

Sunlabob expands renewable energy footprint in Kiribati islands with local solar PV trainings

Following major solar PV material supply contract, Sunlabob also hired to provide technical training and capacity building for local engineers

Sunlabob today announced it has been awarded a contract to provide hands-on solar PV training for local engineers and technicians in Kiribati, one of the least-developed island states in the Pacific region. The trainings – funded by the European Development Fund and managed by the Government of the Republic of Kiribati – will include Sunlabob experts providing instruction for on- and off-grid solar PV installation, operation and maintenance techniques.

The project comes on the heels of Sunlabob winning a contract in Kiribati in early 2013 to supply solar PV and related equipment for a variety of decentralized solar energy installations, including more than two-thousand solar home systems, hundreds of small businesses, community centers and schools, as well as village mini-grids.

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Sunlabob extends solar-powered clean water access at Lao college

Aug 28, 2013

Sunlabob extends solar-powered clean water access at Lao college

Water supply expansion to aid growth of Northern Agriculture and Forestry College campus

This week, Sunlabob and supporting partners of the Northern Agriculture and Forestry College announced their efforts to boost the solar-powered domestic water supply that will facilitate the campus expansion.

Building upon Sunlabob’s previous work at NAFC in 2010 and 2011 – which included establishing the college’s water infrastructure and implementing solar-powered water pumping and purification technologies – the company will install additional solar power generation and extend water pipelines to ensure that two new dormitories, a school building and a ward house are adequately provided water resources.

The college students and staff use the overall water supply as a source of clean drinking water, domestic use and for the irrigation of farming of agriculture and livestock demonstration farms for practical teaching, learning and income generation.

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Opinion: How to avoid ‘band-aid’ solutions on expanding energy access

Aug 09, 2013

Opinion: How to avoid ‘band-aid’ solutions on expanding energy access

By Andy Schroeter, co-founder & CEO, Sunlabob Renewable Energy

The massive challenge of achieving universal access to energy recently received two major boosts that have raised the issue further on the international development agenda.

U.S. President Barack Obama announced in late June his Power Africa initiative, which pledged $7 billion to "double access to power in sub-Saharan Africa." Just two weeks later the World Bank released the Energy Sector Directions Paper, its latest policy plan for expanding energy access in underdeveloped regions.

Access to energy has long been a much-discussed topic within international aid and development circles, but thanks to big splashes like Power Africa and the UN’s Sustainable Energy for All initiative, many more are now likely aware that 1.2 billion people around the world still live without electricity.

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Sunlabob COO featured speaker of World Economic Forum discussion on energy access in Myanmar

Jul 24, 2013

Sunlabob COO featured speaker of World Economic Forum discussion on energy access in Myanmar

Simon Henschel addresses Young Global Leaders in webinar about role of decentralized renewable energy in expanding Myanmar’s electrification

This week, COO Simon Henschel was the featured presenter of an Energy Access Initiative webinar hosted by the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders network to discuss avenues for reducing energy poverty in Myanmar.

Henschel highlighted how decentralized, community-level renewable energy can be an vital piece to national electrification planning in Myanmar, a country where only 1 in 4 residents has access to electricity.

“Decentralized renewable energy, particularly in rural communities, can play a major role – economically, socially and environmentally – in the quickly evolving energy landscape of Myanmar,” said Henschel, who spoke at the webinar as a Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur. “With the right mix of policies from the Myanmar government and an encouraging business environment for public-private partnerships, renewable energy can make a real impact in the country.”

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Part Two: Visiting rural Lao clean energy and water projects (PHOTOS)

Jul 18, 2013

Part Two: Visiting rural Lao clean energy and water projects (PHOTOS)

A small group of our staff recently travelled across seven Lao provinces to visit several existing Sunlabob projects, which ranged from a solar PV village grid powering the small, off-grid community of Ban Phakeo to the industrial-scale decentralized wastewater treatment facility that Sunlabob established at the campus facilities of Theun Hinbun Power Company, one of the largest hydropower producers in Laos.

The takeaway: Sunlabob offers a wide variety of renewable energy-based solutions and has the ability to successfully implement them within many different contexts for a diversity of customers and beneficiaries.

This is the second installment of photos, which like our initial slideshow, provides a glimpse of the many approaches and solutions that Sunlabob employs to enable access to clean energy and water:

1. Solar-powered refrigeration and cooling at health centers in Ban Ta Oy, Salavan Province, Laos

Partners: Asian Development Bank, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Lao PDR

In 2012-13,...

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Plan International turns to Sunlabob to light up Bokeo province

Jun 21, 2013

Plan International turns to Sunlabob to light up Bokeo province

Sunlabob to implement 300 lanterns through Solar Lantern Rental System in four remote Lao villages

This week Sunlabob announced a partnership with the non-profit organization Plan International to launch Solar Lantern Rental Systems (SLRS) with 300 lanterns in four villages of Bokeo Province, a remote, poor area of northwest Laos. The lanterns will be used in Vang Lek, Phouviengxai, Kha Nong and La Ang Tai – all villages with low income levels, poor hygiene and health standards and limited education opportunities.

Sunlabob is supplying, designing and installing the solar lantern systems as well as providing hands-on technical and bookkeeping training for the “pay-as-you-go” rental operational model. The SLRS model employs local Village Technicians (VTs) to maintain and manage the micro-enterprise in a self-sustaining manner.

In alignment with Plan International’s objective of improving the lives, health and education of children, the solar-charged lanterns will replace kerosene lanterns as a cleaner, safer, more affordable and...

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Sunlabob CEO delivers speeches at two leading solar industry forums

Jun 20, 2013

Presentations focus on increasing efficacy of public-private partnerships for rural electrification and identifying how off-grid energy can fit into long-term development planning

Andy Schroeter, CEO of Sunlabob, this week spoke at two high-level conferences focused on the global solar power industry. His focus in both presentations tapped into Sunlabob’s extensive experience throughout the developing world, offering recommendations and details of how rural electrification programs can be improved.

On Monday, at the 3rd Symposium Small PV Applications in Ulm, Germany, Schroeter spoke to members of business, academic and government communities about how public-private partnerships for rural electrification can be utilized more effectively and with greater emphasis on long-term results.

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Opinion: Off-grid renewable energy vital to Myanmar’s development

Jun 10, 2013

Opinion: Off-grid renewable energy vital to Myanmar’s development

By Simon Henschel, COO, Sunlabob Renewable Energy, Ltd.

When senior leaders from business, government, academia and civil society gathered last week in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar for the World Economic Forum on East Asia, the host country’s strategy for growth was at the center of discussion. One of the core questions was: how can a country that is changing so swiftly – economically, socially and politically – create “equitable and sustainable growth, employment creation and resource security?”

One indisputable piece of this puzzle is access to energy. As United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has stated, “Sustainable energy is the ‘golden thread’ that connects economic growth, social equity, and a climate and environment that enables the world to thrive.”

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Critical role of rural renewable energy highlighted by Sunlabob during World Economic Forum dialogue in Myanmar

Jun 07, 2013

Critical role of rural renewable energy highlighted by Sunlabob during World Economic Forum dialogue in Myanmar

Sunlabob contributes to World Economic Forum “New Energy Architecture: Myanmar” white paper and participates in energy-focused roundtable during high-level conference

This week, COO Simon Henschel is representing Sunlabob at the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar joining 900 participants from 55 countries to discuss challenges and opportunities in Myanmar and the region.

Henschel is highlighting how and why rural, community-level renewable energy can be an integral piece to national electrification planning in Myanmar, a country where only 1 in 4 residents has access to electricity.

“Myanmar is in an opportune position given that the country is essentially developing its electrification strategy from the ground up,” said Henschel, attending the event as a Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur. “Renewable energy, particularly in rural communities, can play a major role – economically, socially and environmentally – in the rapid transformation of Myanmar’s energy landscape.”

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Part One: A photo tour of Sunlabob’s clean energy and water projects across seven Lao provinces

May 28, 2013

Part One: A photo tour of Sunlabob’s clean energy and water projects across seven Lao provinces

The Sunlabob team recently toured through much of Laos, crossing seven provinces to visit several existing projects, ranging from our solar-powered village grid in Ban Phakeo, Luang Prabang to our solar-powered water pumping and purification project providing clean water to nearly 4,000 people in Mahaxay District, Khammouane Province.

The photo tour provides a snapshot of the many types of renewable energy-based technologies we employ, as well as the diversity of clients we work with, which range from multilateral donor agencies and non-profit organizations, to multinational companies and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs.

The first of two slideshows, this initial set of photos features four projects, each showcasing different approaches and solutions:

1. Solar-powered village grid in Ban Phakeo, Luang Prabang Province, Laos

Partner: Fondation Energies pour le Monde (FONDEM)

In 2008, French non-government organization Fondation Energies pour le Monde funded Sunlabob’s design and construction of the solar-powered mini-grid system for Ban Phakeo, an...

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