Best practices for electrifying rural health care facilities with decentralised renewables

By: Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE)Contributor(s): Soler, Amanda | Jaeger, Jens | Lecoque, DavidLanguage: English Publisher: Brussels: ARE, 2020Description: 53 páginas. ilustracionesContent type: texto Media type: computadora Carrier type: recurso en líneaSubject(s): Electrificación Rural | Recursos Energéticos Renovables | Salud | Areas RuralesDDC classification: 333.793.2 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Electricity is a prerequisite to enable quality health services for every health care facility around the globe. Today, many modern medical appliances used to provide basic services such as medical refrigerators, sterilisers, incubators, microscopes and electrocardiogram (ECG) machines need a source of reliable electricity to function. While the struggle of rural communities to access quality health services has always been a critical issue, the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has highlighted the essential role that electricity plays in rural health care facilities. This publication aims to demonstrate the ability of decetralised renewable energy (DRE) solutions to quickly deliver sustainable, quality power for rural health care facilities and in turn serve as inspiration for new projects.
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Electricity is a prerequisite to enable quality health services for every health care facility around the globe. Today, many modern medical appliances used to provide basic services such as medical refrigerators, sterilisers, incubators, microscopes and electrocardiogram (ECG) machines need a source of reliable electricity to function. While the struggle of rural communities to access quality health services has always been a critical issue, the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has highlighted the essential role that electricity plays in rural health care facilities. This publication aims to demonstrate the ability of decetralised renewable energy (DRE) solutions to quickly deliver sustainable, quality power for rural health care facilities and in turn serve as inspiration for new projects.

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