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Customer and Partner Testimonials
“I am fully confident in Sunlabob’s rural electrification expertise, ranging from the company’s technical capabilities to their adept project management skills. Sunlabob believes in taking a holistic approach that helps to enable meaningful, long-term rural energy access. When I work with Sunlabob I can always trust they will execute on-time and to a high degree of quality.”
Mr. Rana Pratap Singh, Industrial Development Officer
Energy and Cleaner Production Branch, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
“Sunlabob is an innovative and dynamic company that assisted us in provision of access to solar power and portable water for remote, rural communities. They have provided professional services which are based on strong technical know-how. Sunlabob understands and considers the social and cultural dimensions of infrastructure projects in rural areas of emerging economy countries.
The way Sunlabob has delivered its services has directly contributed to the objectives of sustainable, locally appropriate solutions for access to power and water for remote, ethnically diverse communities.”
Mr. Frank Reimann, Principal Adviser Communities & Social Performance – Global Practice, Rio Tinto. Former Senior Manager, Social License & Sustainability for Sepon Operations of Lane Xang Minerals, part of the Minerals & Metals Group (MMG)
“Fondation Energies pour le Monde (FONDEM) has been working with Sunlabob since 2007 for the electrification of two remote villages in Luang Prabang province. We have not only been impressed by the quality of components selected by Sunlabob but also by its experience in designing the solar systems connected with a local distribution grid and its skill for implementation of the whole units.
Since the early days of our partnership, specific improvements have been achieved in the components of the local grids and indoor installations. Sunlabob really is professional. Such quality is most required to get reliable service of electricity and finally to reach an affordable price of electricity as maintenance and replacement of equipment are costly, in such remote areas.”
Mr. Yves Maigne, Director, Fondation Energies pour le Monde