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Shining a light on new technologies

Once you've joined as a member, you can log in and explore the various projects highlighting renewable energy technologies in the project database. If you haven't yet registered on the site, you can visit the sample page to get a taste of a project listing.

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Join CONREMA

Our members enjoy various opportunities for linking up, exploring synergies and estbalishing partnerships. Through their member profile in the capacity database, their contributions and experience can be presented to other stakeholders in the sector.

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Working to address energy poverty

Fighting energy poverty means improved health, better education, less environmental degradation and increased economic activity and income. Learn about CONREMA's leading role in tackling this important issue.

Solar News

Alumnus installs solar power at Mangochi Secondary School. Source The Daily Times Jan 10, 2017

Alumnus of Mangochi secondary school, Griffin Kaunje: "It is indisputable fact that the country is struggling with electricity. Everybody is complaining about the same. The problem is so huge and its impact can be disastrous to students who are still in school and are waiting to sit for national examinations, hence, I felt duty-bound as an alumnus of the school to cushion the problem".

Kunje handed over K350,000 solar panels which he has installed at the institution.

Solar Cells From Tin

Solar power could become cheaper and more widespread.

  • Solar cells can be made with tin instead of lead, Warwick scientists find
  • Breakthrough to make solar power cheaper and more commercially viable
  • Solar power could be used in mobile phones, laptops and cars

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Pay-as-you-go systems: This $6 a month solar energy plan could power a million homes in Africa by 2017

A startup called Off-Grid Electric is looking to use cheap rooftop solar panels for energy in rural parts of Africa, instead of building expensive infrastructure.

Off-Grid Electric is a for-profit company started by Xavier Helgesen in 2012, who had the idea for the company when he was traveling through Malawi to meet clients for his bookselling company, according to NPR.

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