SOLARKIOSK E-HUBB

SOLARKIOSK

The SOLARKIOSK E-HUBB is an integrated solar array, battery, power electronics and appliances that is built into a mobile and secure storefront. The E-HUBB can be modified to serve the purpose of the end-user including communication hubs, health clinics or refugee situations.

The SOLARKIOSK was designed by Graft Labs and co-founded by Lars Kruckeberg and Wolfram Putz.

SOLARKIOSK is located in Berlin, Germany with additional operations across Sub-Saharan Africa.

http://solarkiosk.eu/

Product description

The SOLARKIOSK E-HUBB is an integrated solar array, battery, power electronics and appliances that is built into a mobile and secure storefront. The E-HUBB can be modified to serve the purpose of the end-user including communication hubs, health clinics or refugee situations.

The SOLARKIOSK was designed by Graft Labs and co-founded by Lars Kruckeberg and Wolfram Putz.

SOLARKIOSK is located in Berlin, Germany with additional operations across Sub-Saharan Africa.

http://solarkiosk.eu/

Target region(s)

Countries: Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Jordan

Distributors/implementing organizations
Market suggested retail price

“The unit cost depends on a variety of factors such as transportation, necessary equipment, and quantity of units, among others.”

Competitive landscape
Target user(s)

Target users are entrepreneurs who are interested in launching a new business with the resources of the E-HUBB or refugee camps and health centers that need access to electrical energy.

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