Sino Soar donated 150 sets of 50W solar prepaid household systems to the Department of Rural Development of Myanmar in 2019. These systems were successfully distributed and installed in Sagaing Province, Myanmar on January 10, 2020. During the installation of the equipment, Sino Soar’s technical team explained the use of the system in detail to the villagers. The donation and training of the system effectively solved the villagers’ basic power consumption and worries.
Excellent connection with ‘Myanmar’ to solve basic electricity consumption for millions of people
Located in Southeast Asia, Myanmar is one of the least developed countries in the world. About two-thirds of the areas in Myanmar are without electricity. Myanmar’s rural population accounts for about 70% of the country’s population, and about 84% of the rural population is currently without electricity.
Sino Soar has been cultivating in Myanmar for more than four years. During these four years, Sino Soar people have almost traveled to 7 provinces and 7 states in Myanmar. Sino Soar products cover 80% of Myanmar’s provinces and installed 3.62.82 million sets of photovoltaic systems. It has solved the basic daily electricity consumption problem for nearly 2% of the population in Myanmar (that is, 3% of the population in rural Myanmar).
Installation at home
Effect of the Installation
Most of the project sites in Myanmar are located in remote areas without electricity. Villagers in these areas still live a primitive life of sunrise and sunset. Rural households with relatively better conditions can buy storage batteries as household power sources, while more households can only use candles, kerosene lamps or starlight at night. Due to the lack of electricity and energy, most local children cannot read and study at night; what’s more distressing is that there is no public lighting in the village, children who go out for fun at night go home late, and there are reasons that they cannot see the front. The incident of being bitten by a venomous snake to death occurred…This scene made the Sino Soar people deeply realize how valuable electricity supply is to people in remote and underdeveloped areas. This has also strengthened the belief of Sino Soar people, and hope that through our efforts, more people’s lives will be illuminated, and people in poor areas will have more hope for the future.
System use training
The people of Sino Soar were down-to-earth in Myanmar and overcame numerous difficulties. They installed photovoltaic power generation systems for nearly 320,000 households and public facilities including local families, schools, temples and health clinics, solving basic electricity problems and benefiting about 1.5 million people. The children in the school have a better learning environment and are one step closer to their ideals. The innocent eyes of the children are more radiant under the electric light; the little monks in the temple are chanting under the warm light; countless families and The child passes under the bright street lamp, even at night, there is no need to be afraid… There are too many such scenes, which makes all the people of Sino Soar very pleased and extremely proud.