YourStory writes: Free Spirits has been working on installing solar microgrid systems in small rural communities, which can provide power for up to eight hours a day. They also provide solar home systems to power a rural house. Solar charging stations were developed to be installed in a shop or community center or campus, and their solar farming systems were developed for all irrigation needs.
Free Spirits also focuses its energy on solar education. Their vision is to provide practical learning, exposure to real life problems that can be solved by solar energy, and create awareness about the pivotal role it plays in development of rural areas. The solar education initiative is uniquely designed to cover all the major concepts of solar technology and its applications. Many educational workshops have been organised to promote solar electrification.
Read more at: https://yourstory.com/2017/04/electricity-villages-solar-systems/