It’s among the most basic, most critical, and most overlooked resources needed to run a hospital: electricity.

ImageCreativity + common sense + tech know how = practicality which saves lives
=>hope for the future => 😀
A practical and sustainable way to try and keep Haiti’s hospitals functioning 24/7.
Unfortunately, it looks like locals did not have much to do with the installation of the solar panels, although the article does’t really say.
In any case, is this a potential model for other countries, not only those in the ‘developing’ world?

P.S. “In Haiti, electricity is expensive: The price per kilowatt hour is 35 cents, compared with 5.5 cents in New England.”
http://wewillblowyourmind.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/solar-powered-hospital-in-haiti-yields.html

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