Vaudreuil, Haiti

In late 2013, Mamababy Haiti (mamababyhaiti.org), a non-profit that runs a birthing center on the outskirts of Cap-Hatien, contacted NATiVE Solar simply requesting a feasibility study for a solar installation. The birthing center was not tied to the grid. The entire facility was powered by a small gas generator, and they could only afford to fire it up for 2 hours a day – just long enough to run the water pump to fill their roof-top water holding tank.

As NATiVE Solar began speaking with its employees and vendors, this feasibility study turned into a charitable project. Money and materials were raised to install an off-grid 3kW system!

More pictures and info about this project can be seen here: Powering a Birthing Center in Haiti with Solar

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In late 2013, Mamababy Haiti, a non-profit that runs a birthing center on the outskirts of Cap-Hatien, contacted NATiVE Solar simply requesting a feasibility study for a solar installation. The birthing center was not tied to the grid. The entire facility was powered by a small gas generator, and they could only afford to fire it up for 2 hours a day – just long enough to run the water pump to fill their roof-top water holding tank.