For 2011 we will focus on a “Sustainable Energy Reference Architecture” (SERA). SERA will ensure that there is maximum commonality in the interfaces and components and sources for all CSI products. As an example, SERA will show how an entrepreneur can start with a $100 and a Light Cycle that can serve 100 homes with … Continue reading Sustainable Energy Reference Architecture (SERA)
Robin Podmore gave the keynote address at the North East Engineers without Borders conference in Pittsburgh on November 7th. Kathy Leslie the EWB-USA Executive Director and Alan Rotz IEEE PES President are working on a MOU for an EWB-USA and IEEE PES Partnership.
Here is the summary status on developing “Open Source” low cost sustainable energy technologies for applications in the rural areas of developing countries. Light Cycle: Version 1 is nearing completion. One hour of pedaling provides 160 hours of reading quality light by charging a bank of 10 AA rechargeable batteries. Gonzaga is working on an … Continue reading Summary of CSI “Open Source” Products
The Need Over 2 billion people worldwide live with no access to electricity. The use of ad-hoc alternatives is not working and millions are losing their lives because of ineffective solutions to light their homes, cook their meals, and run their medical clinics. Learn More The Plan The technology exists to fix the world electricity … Continue reading BUILD COMMUNITIES » GIVE HOPE » SAVE LIVES