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.
Countries: Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Jordan
“The unit cost depends on a variety of factors such as transportation, necessary equipment, and quantity of units, among others.”
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.
Made to order
Direct from manufacturer
Manufacturer-specified power rating
The size of land this system requires
Type of battery used
The type and size of the solar panels included in this system
Is this system compatible with a municipal power grid?
Description of the mobility of the solar power system
Specifications – 1-4 kWp of PV – kiosk frame and wall panels that an be local manufactured using a variety of materials, such as steel, aluminum, and brick, among others. – The Canopy Expansion also allows users to increase the power generation capacity
Additional components can be added to the SOLARKIOSK to allow for variety of functionality.
Total power capacity of 1-4 kW
Be sure to follow proper electrical installation and control guidelines.
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Smart metering helps determine how much power certain components use at what time of day and how they can be connected most efficiently.
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