Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Nov 4, 2019
Nepalese village gains power with help from SEL
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System engineer Mark Stambaugh has been working hard volunteering his time in a remote Nepalese village. His goal? Pilot a new way of implementing hydroelectricity for remote villages in Nepal and other developing countries. His design addresses reasons why hydroelectric plants typically fail in Nepal and reduces the time and money needed to replicate those plants. The system also allows the village residents to maintain it themselves.
How'd he do it? With the help of SEL technology. Our team donated seven SEL products to bring safe, reliable power into the village. Check out this video for the full story!
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