Our interview about improving agriculture in Brazil through low carbon project

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Following the announcement that Catch Energy successfully secured EU funding as a battery storage service provider with Low Carbon Brazil. Toni interviews our International Development Manager Julian Beach to find out more about the agriculture sector in Brazil, and specifically how a solar and storage solution can make it more efficient. The project: The project will […]

Catch Energy wins €150,000 in EU funding for green energy Brazil project

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  We are proud to announce that Catch Energy has successfully completed the approval process as a battery storage service provider with Low Carbon Brazil. This European Union initiative is aimed at greening certain industrial and commercial sectors in Brazil by adopting low carbon technologies in areas such as energy production and consumption, transport, manufacturing, […]

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Leading the way in Africa

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As previously announced, Catch Energy is working in partnership with TellCo to deliver energy solutions in the Africa market. The energy conference in Nigeria in May 2018 was a fantastic opportunity to discuss key issues surrounding energy poverty in Africa, and most important the opportunities to address these problems. Nigeria video In the video below […]

Nigeria conference

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  Thank you to every one who attended the energy conference in Nigeria in May 2018 – it was great to meet so many people enthusiastic about ending energy poverty in Africa! The conference featured Waje and the Vice President of Nigeria and a week-long schedule empowering small businesses in energy transition. It was a […]

How storage works

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HOW SOLAR PLUS STORAGE WORKS 1. Solar PV lets you generate energy from the sun that you can use immediately. 2. Traditionally, excess energy is usually exported back to the grid and you will receive an export tariff for it, but this is only a fraction of the cost of buying the energy back when you need […]

UK and UN to combat the electricity issue in Uganda

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70% of the population in Uganda currently has no electricity and more than half the population still use kerosene lamps to light their homes. But with an average 200 hours of sunshine per month there is an opportunity for the country to maximise the sun’s power with solar solutions. There has recently (last October) been […]

Special offer for Africa customers

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We are proud to announce a unique offer for African customers in celebration of our sole agreement with Sierra Leone distributor, Silva Ortus. The solar plus storage package, detailed in the link below, will provide you with everything you need for a cost effective way to generate your own energy through the power of the […]