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EcoFlow: Environment-friendly power solutions to Uganda's loadshedding problem

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EcoFlow: Environment-friendly solutions to Uganda's loadshedding problem

Sustainable and reliable electricity is still a work in progress in Uganda. Currently, the country has installed capacity of 743 MW for hydropower against the estimated 2,200 MW that is required to power the country. With an ever growing urban population, load shedding is inevitable amidst repairs and maintenance of current equipment. EcoFlow has just the products to power your gadgets, house, during these blackouts.

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Every other month, UMEME publishes a list of areas that are to be affected by blackouts to fore arm residents to plan their days accordingly. This results in massive power blackouts that see many people relocating to areas with power.

"While we work to ensure that our customers stay powered up, we regularly embark on maintenance practices e.g. maintenance of our equipment, hardware/software upgrades, troubleshoot incidents and unplanned issues. More often than not, these practices will lead to power outages. You can now know when and where the power outage will be and plan your day better."

Frequent maintenance and repair has become the new load shedding, where, instead of shutting down areas to prevent overload, the strain requires frequent check-ins. The inconvenience and disruptions take a toll on business, work and personal activities.

EcoFlow's eco-friendly cutting edge technology is also solving both the environment pollution from massive biomass energy consumption and the low electricity capacity.

According to energypedia, Uganda lives on the extremes of energy consumption, with biomass accounting for about 90% (firewood (78.6%), charcoal (5.6%) and crop residues (4.7%), and on the other extreme, electricity is contributing only 1.4% to the national energy balance.

Two power outlets with capacity for multiple users. With its patented X-Stream Technology, the smart inverter enables rechargeability under an hour from 0% to 80%.

Portable and multiple-powered with a quiet operation unlike a generator. Zero maintenance or emission of environment hazards, it good for the outside and safe for indoor use. You get it at 30% less than a gasoline-powered inverter generators.

Others include the DELTA: the world’s fastest portable power station charging technology, and DELTA Max, with capacity to power most home appliances including heavy-duty devices.

EcoFlow is bridging the gap between eco-systems, the environment and life-work continuity. To power up your blackouts with EcoFlow reach out to Siren yang, Marketing Specialist.

Email: siren.yang@ecoflow.com

Mobile: +8615570766561

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