Clean energy: a way to conserve and protect Mother Earth
As part of the process of strengthening and boosting the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, in the URACCAN and within the framework of the CARCIP-TELCOR Nicaragua program, with funds from the World Bank and through the Area of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of this study house, the installation of a photovoltaic system was carried out in the Center for Intercultural Community Innovation "Slilma" , bilwi enclosure.
This project, which will benefit the university community of the Bilwi campus, is thanks to the boost of the company COMTECH. In addition, it should be noted that the batteries last approximately 10 years, according to the care and handling provided to them. All equipment is designed to charge batteries with both solar and commercial power and has a network system to monitor it remotely.
This activity was carried out with the aim of promoting clean energy consumption, which is one of the trends to be considered in the future and thus contribute to the reduction of the consumption of polluting energy to the environment, said teacher Heidy Forbes Rossman, coordinator of the Slilma Innovation Center.
The system installed in the Slilma Center, which has a capacity of 5 kilos, will be sufficient for the use of electronic equipment such as desktop computers, laptop, oasis, center lights and use of power outlets. In this first phase of the installation was prioritized: air conditioning, lights and security cameras, Forbes reported.