Georgia Tech’s IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Student Chapter, led by Electrical Engineering graduate students Jeremiah Deboever, Felipe Larrain, Szilard Liptak, and Ashley Stone, installed the microgrid system to support a newly-constructed health center in remote mountain village of Thoman, Haiti. The health clinic, located about 50 miles east of the country’s capital and largest city, Port-au-Prince, provides health and dental care for the more than 4,000 people living in Thoman and surrounding villages.
Lead Acid battery bank by Trojan Energy Storage
Solar PV (7.2 kW)
Diesel generator (backup)
Unnamed Road, Haiti
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