In accordance with our Mission Statement, we believe that training was a critical part of any of the projects we were involved with. Rather than install renewable energy systems ourselves, we taught others, residing in the country, to install and maintain the systems.
Sometimes, this training was completed as part of the implementation/installation project. Often, we provided training alone. SunEPI provided training sessions on our own, and in association with several of our partners in Solar Photovoltaics, PV/Hybrid Systems, Solar Pumping Systems, and Micro-Hydro systems. Besides the technical training, we conducted seminars and worked with policy makers to discuss how they may better orient their government programs to promote the development of Renewable Energy in their countries.
Besides the technical training, we conducted seminars and working groups in Nigeria and Kazakhstan for policy makers, discussing how they could better orient their government programs to promote the development of Renewable Energy in their countries.
We offered consulting services in a variety of applications dealing with Renewable Energy in the developing world. We participated in country-wide assessments in Guyana, Haiti, and Ethiopia to recommend ways in which these countries can better orient their health care electrical systems, based on the wide variety of electrical supply (or no supply) available throughout the country.
Rural communities throughout the world face continuing challenges to accessing grid power. SunEPI, along with its partners, helped these remote areas to tap into local, renewable resources to generate their own energy. We were involved at all stages of the process including site evaluation, system design, installation and maintenance. We recommend supporting our past partnering organizations to help continue this type of comprehensive work and training.