Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Kamal-Kishore-Prasadis-in-Dharnai-Village-in-India-27MZIF3P0NPU.htmlConceptually similarKamal Kishore Prasadis in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH2LCompleted★★★★Local Girl in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH1ACompleted★★★★Local Resident in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH26Completed★★★★Students in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH23Completed★★★★Students in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH24Completed★★★★Energy Distribution Lines in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH19Completed★★★★Energy Distribution Lines in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH1CCompleted★★★★Dharnai Live Solar Micro-Grid Project Mural in IndiaGP0STOH1ICompleted★★★★★★Children in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOH17Completed★★★★★★★View AllGP0STOH27Kamal Kishore Prasadis in Dharnai Village in IndiaKamal Kishore Prasadis, Village Electricity Committee (VEC) chairman of Bishunpur Tolla, Dharnai village. His leadership has encouraged others in Dharnai to embrace change and work towards a brighter future. It was his foresight two years ago that enabled him to realize the potential of a decentralized renewable energy electrification project that would change the fate of his village for better. Greenpeace India and partners BASIX and CEED have developed a first-of-its kind in India 100 kW solar micro-grid that supplies around-the-clock electricity to more than 2,400 residents, 450 homes, and 50 commercial operations, including two schools and a health care facility.Locations:Asia-Bihar-Dharnai-IndiaDate:21 Jun, 2014Credit:© Vivek M. / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Indian Subcontinent ethnicities-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Laptops-Local population-Men-One person-People-Renewable energy-Shops-Solar energyShoot:Solar Micro-Grid Project in Dharnai Village in IndiaPeople of Dharnai village in Bihar, India, used to have a facility supplied by the state Government which provided electricity. This infrastructure hasn't been available for the last 33 years and diesel generators have been the only source of electricity. The development of a solar-power micro-grid to electrify the entire village brings new hope for its inhabitants.Greenpeace India and partners BASIX and CEED have developed a first-of-its kind in India 100 kW solar micro-grid that supplies around-the-clock electricity to more than 2,400 residents, 450 homes, and 50 commercial operations, including two schools and a health care facility. The reliable, affordable and quick-to-install micro-grid in Dharnai provides a model for communities anywhere living without reliable electricity supplies.