Let’s travel to Burkina Faso together with Eco Green Energy. Today we explore one fascinating part of this country Grande Mosquée in Bobo-Dioulasso. The building was built in 1893, and nowadays, it has become one of the most exceptional examples of Sahel-style mud architecture in the region. Mud bricks and projected wooden and horizontal beams serve as a base for the building. The complex also includes two minaret towers and a prayer hall.
Burkina Faso has a high potential for solar energy not only because of the sunshine resources but also because the country itself continues to make strides in expanding the distribution network of the electric grid to rural areas. Many renewable energy experts say that solar energy can be crucial in Burkina Faso for creating a chance to generate electricity with clean energy. Burkina Faso’s government wants not to depend on neighbors and meet 30% of its electricity needs from solar panels by 2030.
Our client recently shared pictures of an on-grid system for a health center, using 28* EOS Poly 280W with an efficiency of 17.83%.
Why EOS Poly 280W PV modules are the best solution for this project:
> 5BB Polycrystalline Module EOS 60 Cells
> IP68 junction box for long-term weather endurance
> High-quality aluminum frame, resisting load up to 5400 Pa and wind pressure up to 2800 Pa
> High transmissivity but low-iron tempered glass
> High performance in the low-light environment
> Double EL test before and after lamination
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