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Nov 15, 2019
Nov 15, 2019

Let There Be Light: Challenging Rural Livelihoods

The government of South Africa came up with a revolutionary way of dealing with the country’s erratic power supply issues. Naledi Trust in South Africa has become the world’s first village powered entirely by fuel cells. The cells need only water, methanol, and a catalyst to produce clean energy. It opens up the possibilities of clean and cost-effective power for more off-grid communities, as well as a new business model for CHEM’s ME2Power fuel cell systems. Deploying IIoT technology, CHEM is transitioning from selling a product to offering Machine-as-a-Service, which enables the company to charge customers based on machine use and service.

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