To date, most countries and regions around the world still live in a world without electricity, and Madagascar, the largest island nation in Africa, is one of them. Lack of access to adequate and reliable energy has been a major obstacle to Madagascar's economic and social development. It makes it difficult to provide basic social services or conduct business, which negatively affects the country's investment climate. According to the Ministry of Energy, Madagascar's ongoing electricity crisis is catastrophic.
For the past five years, a very small number of people have had electricity on this pristine island with a beautiful environment, and it is one of the poorest countries in terms of electricity coverage. In addition, the infrastructure is outdated and the existing generation, transmission and distribution facilities are unable to meet the growing demand. Due to frequent power outages, the government has been responding to emergencies by providing expensive thermal generators that run primarily on diesel.
Fortunately, all regions of Madagascar receive more than 2,800 hours of sunshine per year, creating the conditions for the implementation of home solar systems with a potential capacity of 2,000 kWh/m²/year. Sufficient solar energy allows the solar panels to absorb enough energy and store the excess in BSLBATT batteries, which can be re-exported to various loads on nights when the sun is not shining, enhancing solar energy utilization and helping local residents to become self-sufficient.
BSLBATT is committed to providing renewable energy lithium battery storage solutions for areas with stable power troubles, with the goal of reducing CO2 emissions while bringing cleaner, stable and reliable energy.