Having worked in the energy access space for a number of years now, we have a detailed understanding of the power requirements in developing markets and the harsh environments they have to operate in. Having engaged with Sun Harvester / Zhyphen for over a year now and monitored the development of their Instant Grid product range, we are very excited by the power and energy density achieved in such a compact and affordable package.

Compared to other systems on the market the Instant Grid represents great value for money. The plug and play (simply plug-in the solar panels / generator / grid) architecture of the system enables quick and easy installation of electrical infrastructure keeping time and cost to a minimum which is essential when providing services to some of the poorest people on the planet.

The scalability of the system is also a big positive as it can easily be expanded with additional units as and when the demand of the customer dictates. From the spec sheets of the product, it is clear that Sun Harvester / Zhyphen have an in-depth knowledge of the energy access space through designing, developing, manufacturing and supplying power products.

They have been working closely with charitable organisations in Malawi and Kenya delivering power to medical and educational facilities for a number of years now.

We are excited to test the new Instant Grid product and to working alongside Sun Harvester / Zhyphen to help achieve SDG7 – Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.