Trojan Battery Expands Support for GRID Alternatives’ International Program.

Trojan Battery Co., LLC, the world’s leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, today announced an expansion of its support for GRID Alternatives International Program in 2018 via the supply of solar batteries to power various off-grid systems for the organization’s projects around the world.

GRID Alternatives (GRID) is a national leader in making clean, affordable solar power and solar jobs accessible to low-income communities and communities of color, in addition to powering off-grid communities around the globe through its energy access work. To date, GRID has installed 166 systems in 34 communities in Nicaragua, Nepal and Mexico through its International Program. Trojan has been providing financial support and battery donations for the program since 2010.

Trojan’s expanded contribution will support GRID Alternatives’ projects internationally, which provide solar access and job training to local communities.  In addition, Trojan will send a team of employee volunteers to a GRID Alternatives project in Nicaragua to assist in installing a battery-based solar electric system.  This solar project will power coffee processing equipment for a women’s coffee cooperative in Jinotega, Nicaragua, enabling the women-led business to dramatically increase sales of their locally grown coffee.

“Trojan is proud to partner with the GRID Alternatives International Program by providing industry-leading deep-cycle batteries and sending a team of dedicated Trojan employee volunteers to work on this important project in Nicaragua,” said Bryan Godber, senior vice president of global market development at Trojan Battery.  “One of Trojan’s corporate core values is to help provide energy access to off-grid communities in the U.S. and abroad, and we are excited to continue our support of GRID Alternatives’ efforts to make a difference in underserved regions around the world.”  

In 2017, Trojan sent a team of employee volunteers from its California and Georgia facilities to help install an off-grid solar system for a school and health clinic in San Isidro, Jinotega, Nicaragua.

“We are excited to partner with Trojan Battery again in 2018,” said Jenean Smith, Director of International Programs at GRID Alternatives. “Trojan has played an important role in our International Program’s energy access work since 2010, and we are so pleased that they are renewing and expanding their support for our work in bringing renewable energy to rural, off-grid communities around the globe.”


Smart Grid / T&D | News published on 20/03/2018 by Moulin

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