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The solar eclipse put my bro in the hospital, so he said. Turned out it was just a case of the dreaded kidney stones. LOL But how about that AMAZING eclipse!! Thumbs up if my images turned out good ;) Subscribe to Gilroy Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe4Ff5bEjSFQAOCjgFWA7uA?sub_confirmation=1 Watch more Gilroy Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6hXoONOyhc-T4h93kgatfU0EnFrCkpui Follow Chase Gilroy: Facebook: http://facebook.com/gilroyvlogs Instagram: http://instagram.com/chasegilroy Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gilroyvlogs Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/gilroygaming Follow Veronica Twitter http://twitter.com/verngilroy Instagram http://instagram.com/verngilroy Watch More Gilroy Vlogs: Latest Uploads: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6hXoONOyhc-T4h93kgatfU0...
A new hospital in Haiti has officially opened. It is said to be "the world's largest solar powered hospital." A new hospital in Haiti has officially opened. It is said to be "the world's largest solar powered hospital." The establishment is massive, however it boasts a minimalist design. It features an astounding 1800 solar panels on the white roof. The Hopital Universitaire de Mirebalais is situated about 30 miles away from the country's capital. In this area, power outages are very common, usually leaving residents without electricity for an average of three hours per day. The over 200,000 square foot facility houses about 300 beds. The building was designed and developed to produce more energy than it will need to consume for operations. To make the project even more sustainable...
SOVENTIX Caribbean SRL, a subsidiary of SOVENTIX GmbH in Germany, has successfully completed several substantial rooftop solar projects in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. One of these is located on the roof of the Hospital Central de las Fuerzas Armadas with an output of 100 kWp. Enjoy the movie!
Very impressive array that also serves as a nice shaded area. The panels are Samsung PV-MBA1BG250. So, 1MW = 4,000 panels!
Diese Video wurde in Zusammenhang mit der Crowdfunding-Kampagne des Lubaga Hospitals hochgeladen. In diesem Video erklärt Dr. Andrew Ssekitooleko, der Executive Director des Lubaga Hospital in Kampala, warum ein Photovoltaik-Solar-System für das Hospital wichtig ist und womöglich auch lebensrettend sein kann. This video was uploaded as a content of the Crowdfunding-Campagne of the Lubaga Hospital. Dr. Andrew Ssekitooleko, the Executive Director of the Lubaga Hospital, explains, why a photovoltaik-solar-system is necessary for the hospital and also lifesaving. For more information visit the site of the project in the link below:
Xcel solar power 50 on grid
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks for watching our video! The Rural Renewable Energy Alliance (RREAL) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that makes solar accessible to people of all income levels. The primary way we achieve our mission is through our Solar Assistance program, delivering solar electricity and solar heat to low-income communities and individuals. We need your support today! Your tax-deductible donation can be made at https://givemn.org/organization/Rural.... Find out more at www.rreal.org and follow us on our other social media platforms! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ruralrenewab... Twitter: https://twitter.com/RREALSolar Instagram: https://instagram.com/rreal_solar Website: http://www.rreal.org/ Newletter: http://...
25KW Solar PV Installation onto Kings College Hospital London Day Surgeory. If you have any commercial or domestic queries regarding solar panels please feel free to contact Sustain Solar on 01992 800 666 and our helpful team would be happy to assist you.
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On November 16, 2015, the new Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital connected its rooftop solar array to the Ontario power grid. Power generated and sold through the solar array will provide the Oakville Hospital Foundation with revenue of $6.35 million over a 20-year period. The 500-kilowatt solar array was donated by Hatch as a gift to the hospital, providing clean energy and revenue to the newly opened hospital located less than 15 km away from Hatch’s corporate office in Ontario, Canada.
Eco2Solar: http://www.eco2solar.co.uk/ 01562 745 265 This video features Eco2Solar's solar PV installations at Warwick and Stratford upon Avon Hospitals. Paul Hutchens, Eco2Solar's Managing Director, is kindly joined by Barbara Cooper; the Director of Community Energy Warwickshire and Siobhan Hill of the South Warwickshire Trust, who help to explore the installations at the NHS sites. This video will show you the substantial benefits of community renewable energy; from the financial Feed in Tariff return to the reduced energy bills and carbon savings. The combined 50kWp installations, the first at Warwick Hospital and the second at Stratford upon Avon Hospital, will benefit the NHS and Community Energy Warwickshire on both an environmental and financial level. Don't forget to follow us ...
Help us bring solar power to Phebe Hospital in Liberia! Doctors at Phebe wear headlamps into surgery because the power fails so often. Doctors at Phebe perform surgery "in the dark." What can YOU do in the dark? Join our campaign!!! http://igg.me/at/doitinthedark ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks for watching our video! The Rural Renewable Energy Alliance (RREAL) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that makes solar accessible to people of all income levels. The primary way we achieve our mission is through our Solar Assistance program, delivering solar electricity and solar heat to low-income communities and individuals. We need your support today! Your tax-deductible donation can be made at https://givemn.org/organization/Rural.... Fin...
On the outskirts of Lahore city, Pakistan is introducing its first-ever solar powered hospital in the Punjab province - how important is it for the locals and how will it change their lives? WION's Pakistan Bureau Chief Taha Siddiqui reports.
What will it take today to inspire every young person wanting to buy a home, to buy a solar powered home that will make them an income of $500. extra income a month, plus they get all their energy for cooking, light and heating for free. Free has a nice ring to it. Solar homes are probably the best and safest investment there is today. President Jimmy Carter put solar panels on the White House, and put the US in the lead for manufacturing solar. The shift from nuclear to solar came from Chernobyl. That nuclear meltdown scare people. They wrote new energy policies that showed young people how they could buy or build solar homes that would eliminate the need for atomic energy. Suddenly we are faced with 2 major crisis that require us to shift away from gas fracking and towar...
Problem: Poor access to reliable electricity in Afghanistan Solution: Solar powersystems with an affordable payment scheme Expo Live’s flagship Innovation Impact Grant programme is open for submission twice a year. The programme supports projects from around the world whose solutions generate social and environmental value and are in line with Expo 2020 Dubai’s subthemes of Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability. Learn More about Expo Live: http://www.expo2020dubai.ae/expo-live Learn More about BRESHA Programme (Mercy Corps Europe): https://www.mercycorps.org/
Film by David Dawkins. In 2006, Sulayman Junkung General Hospital in Bwaim, The Gambia began work with American volunteer Katherine Hall to build a solar power system to power the hospital. In hospitals and clinics throughout rural Africa, solar power can save lives!
Projeto: Usina Fotovoltaica do Hospital da Bahia Potencia Instalada: 22,5 kWp Módulos: Axitec 250W Policristalino Inversores: Fronius Nºde módulos: 90 módulos Projeto e construção: Ecoluz Solar do Brasil S/A Contratante: Condomínio Hospital da Bahia #Solar #UFV #Ecoluz #UsinaSolar
On yet another occasion when WPL got very excited with daring architectural ideas at the Manchester Independent Hospital, where this stunning array of vertical and horizontal Brise Soleil over the foyer, puts a smile on the faces of its visitors. The multicoloured array of 100 millimetre aerofoil sections and a vertical aluminium structure is a visual delight but just as important is that the design reduces solar gains into the reception area.
Alhamdulillah Ummah Welfare Trust recently installed a new solar power system at Essahaba hospital in Gaza, Palestine. The 12kWp solar power system will ensure patients receive constant care despite the siege on Gaza. Alhamdulillah the installation of this new system was possible thanks to donations from: - Morden Islamic Centre - Wimbledon Masjid - Balham Masjid & Tooting Islamic Centre - Penge Masjid - Norbury Islamic Academy - Streatham Masjid - Epsom Masjid - Proceeds from cake sales in South London Support the work http://uwt.org