Micro hydroelectric powerplants in Madagascar

In Madascagar, we've tested and installed micro hydroelectric powerplants developed by a Swiss company called AZ-Ingénierie.

Small and cheap, these devices only need a waterfall of 1.45 meters in order to produce 300 watts of electricity. Coupled with energy saver bulbs, they can bring light to the most secluded parts of Madagascar, where only 2% of the rural population have access to electricity.