A power solution for our training centre: find the best solution
15 computers have arrived in Jinja and the training for a group of PWDs has started. Electricity is available in the training centre, but power cuts are often experienced. This doesn't only affect the time that the computers can be used; the hardware also suffers from these power breaks.
A backup power solution is needed to enable us to keep working during power breaks and keep the computers in good shape. This will also enable us to eventually run an internet café, that can provide BEHOD with an income.
(Diesel) generators are most commonly used in Uganda, but the government has started promoting solar energy.
Help us decide what would be the best solution:
- what capacity do we need?
- which solutions are available in Uganda?
- how much do they cost?