Masdar Launches ‘Noor’ Solar Home System Solution

The solar energy storage systems, equipped with high-performance solar batteries, will provide a cost-effective and sustainable source of electrical power.

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Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, building on it’s extensive experience delivering renewable solutions in remote communities, has launched its solar home system solution kits named “Noor”.

The kits consist of a fully integrated ‘plug and play’ solar energy supply and storage unit. The technology can supply reliable electricity with no adverse environmental impacts, and will be used to power various electrical systems including lighting, fans, refrigerators, and televisions.

To date, the firm has successfully installed nearly 28,000 customized solar home systems in Morocco, Afghanistan, Egypt, and the Pacific Islands. Building on more than a decade of experience, it will now be more agile in deploying solar energy solutions worldwide by supplying their own solar home kits where needed.

Bader Al Lamki, Executive Director, Clean Energy, Masdar, said: “Solar home kits have the potential to deliver a radical improvement in the quality of life in rural areas that currently lack modern energy services. Masdar will now be more agile in responding to the needs of our partners and host countries, especially in terms of providing emergency relief, such as energy access in housing developments urgently needed for displaced communities.”

“Masdar is already one of the largest providers of off-grid energy solutions,” added Al Lamki. “Our Noor kits will allow us to further expand our international footprint and strengthen our position as a leading off-grid renewable energy provider.”

The solar energy storage systems, equipped with high-performance solar batteries, will provide a cost-effective and sustainable source of electrical power.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.

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