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PROJECTS IN PROCESS

PROJECTS IN PROCESS

Galmi Hospital, Niger

Galmi Hospital, Niger

A project is really never really finished. We will be travelling to Galmi Hospital to complete the additional piping requested to the piped Medical Gas System we installed this past few months. In addition, we will be recommissioning an OUTBACK Power systems Battery Backup system.

Cure International Hospital, UGANDA

Cure International Hospital, UGANDA

The Cure International Hospital in Dominican Republic was forced to close its doors this past year. I travelled ter to remove the X-Ray equipment I installed just two years prior. The equipment was shipped to the Cure International Hsoptial in Uganda. I will be travelling there to reinstall the equipment.

Kompiam Hospital

Kompiam Hospital, PNG

We will be traveling to the ENGA Province of PNG to Kompiam Hospital to install 80 KW of solar power, 8000 AHR of Battery Capacity and 52 KW of Battery Backup SMA inverters. This is a huge project for us and the material are on their way for the difficult journey through PNG. The hospital already has 20 KW of solar and 18 KW of battery backup but it is not sufficient for he growing needs of the facility. It is the only healthcare center basically in the province for tens of thousands of people.

ELWA Hospital, Liberia

ELWA Hospital, Liberia

We will be going to ELWA Hospital in Liberia to install a large O2 concentrator system including an H cylinder filling station along with piping for O2 outlets in the maternity, ICU, and ER areas.

Partner in Hope, Malawi

Partner in Hope, Malawi

Now that the SMA equipment is functioning properly after my last trip with the SMA technician, we will be returning to Malawi to finish the final 30 KW of solar on the in patient building roof. This will allow the hospital to run OFF GRID during the day. This eliminates the poor power quality coming from the national uility.

El Sembrador, Honduras

El Sembrador, Honduras

Earlier this year I when to El Sembrador to install a solar system to augment the electrical power production. While I was there I determined that the hydro plant was not behaving properly due to wear on rotating bearing surfaces. The plant has been in operation for 28 years. They removed the plant and shipped it back to the manufacturer in Germany for repairs and upgrades. We will need ot return to EL Sembrador to install it again and commission the electronics.

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