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Great webpage with many useful resources, thank you! Do you know the start dates for the online pumping training in UPV?


This online training is provided by the Global Solar & Water initiative Team for country WASH coordination platforms/ clusters, that express and interest, organize the logistic and are able to bring at least 10 different WASH organizations. The training is: Remote, 3 to 4 days long. Provided for free, 3 country-slots available. First come first […]


About this online course The course is an in-depth introduction to solar-powered water systems for humanitarian and development projects. The course is online (self-paced training) with asynchronous tutorials and tests (continuous evaluation) on the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) training platform. The teaching-learning process is carried out with videos recorded at the UPV, and includes […]


Courses Offered T1 T2 Solar PV Training T3 Solar PV Training Minigrid courses Solar Water Pumping Training Energy Efficiency courses ( CEM, Factory Operators, Energy Management..) Training Facilities: The 600KW System Grid tie system which was commissioned in mid 2014 Primary objective is to reduce dependence from the grid with export to grid during period […]


Courses Offered T1 T2 Solar PV Training T3 Solar PV Training Minigrid courses Solar Water Pumping Training Energy Efficiency courses ( CEM, Factory Operators, Energy Management..) Contacts imaranga@strathmore.edu Strathmore University Energy Research Centre


Need more training on regarding to solar pump sizing and solar powered related issues. thank and best regard.


Rationale for the use of solar PV pumping solutions The factors mentioned in section 1.2 make conditions ripe for solar pumping to be considered as a default option for water provision in places with medium to high levels of solar irradiation (4–8 kWh/m2), especially in off-grid locations, long-term camp contexts, or where water supply is […]


Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA): considering costs and benefits, present and future, over the life time of equipment. Video > Part 1 Video > Part 2  Resources to Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) Video: Introducing LCAA www.thesolarhub.org/?s=training Technical briefing: www.thesolarhub.org/resources/technical-briefing-cost-analysis-summary/ Excel tools: LCCA Generator vs Hybrid at www.thesolarhub.org/resources/cost-analysis-generator-vs-hybrid/ LCCA Generator vs Solar at https://thesolarhub.org/resources/cost-analysis-generator-vs-solar/ Step […]


Quality of products Once the daily water requirements are known, the design, purchasing and installation, testing and training of users will be either done by the project implementing organization or a hired knowledgeable contractor depending on the level of expertise available. However all this tasks should be clearly indicated at the Tender document. For organizations […]


ORGANIZATION: Oxfam CREDIT: Nana Kofi Acquah COUNTRY: Ghana AREA OF WORK: Agriculture, WASH CAPTION: Agriculture/WASH project in Ghana’s Presbyterian Agriculture Station, Upper East Region Felicia and her husband Joshua Ayawin take care of the solar powered borehole in Kpatua, which is an Oxfam initiative. The borehole irrigates farmlands in the surrounding area, making it possible […]


We offer free training for countries interested in Solar Systems for Water Pumping. There are 3 – 4 slots per year. Please send your submission and we will review it carefully. We want to select those countries where our training will have a more meaningful impact. Please send your information and add the 10 organisations […]


Work in Progress This is a practical index of steps to follow in your solar water pumping project, with links to some reference documents for each step. Most of the steps are common to any water supply project, regardless of the pumping technology used. Depending on the stage of your project (new or retrofitted solar […]


We offer a complete set of resources you can browse and filter on your own. To make the process simpler for you we offer you this index with a clear process for you to start your Solar Hub Project. Please if you have any question just send us a message. 1. Guidance and Assessment Guidance […]


Solar pumping technology has in the recent past undergone a series of technical and cost developments resulting in advanced, robust, versatile, low maintenance equipment that could be considered as a default option for water provision in places with medium to high solar radiation, especially in off-grid locations, long term camp contexts or there where fuel […]


The course is an in-depth introduction to solar powered water systems, conceived with a focus on use for humanitarian and development contexts. The course is online (self-paced training) with asynchronous tutorials and tests (continuous evaluation) on the UPV training platform. The teaching-learning process is carried out using videos recorded at the UPV and a book […]


Following a worldwide energy transition to renewable solutions, humanitarian and development actors are increasingly using solar photovoltaic solutions in their programmes, including water supply projects. A number of factors, such as reduced costs, reliable technology, a booming private sector, high solar radiation in vast areas of Africa, Asia and America, and environmental advantages, among others, […]


Capacity Building for Solar Powered Water Systems Find Latest Webinar presentations and recordings >  here. University of Valencia, Spain. Online.  Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya. Onsite. Ask for your training. Get together at least 10 organizations in your country and we will setup an online training just for you. More information. Solar Powered Water Systems: […]


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