Backup Power in Haiti - Power inverters and deep cycle batteries

Backup Power in Haiti - Power inverters and deep cycle batteries

What do you do in Haiti when suddenly the light goes out and there is no electricity?

Unless you have a power inverter an some deep cycle batteries to store energy for when you need it, you, my friend, are in the dark. 'Ou nan blackout', the famous word in matters of electricity and power in Haiti.

Backup power is a very important thing to have in country like Haiti where electricity is not available on a 24-hour basis. The current government is working to change that but, still, you gotta have some kind of energy reserve at least to keep the lights running in case of electricity blackout.

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If you have a solar system to keep those batteries fully charged you are good to go because there's plenty of sunshine in Haiti all year long.

What kind of backup power do you have in your neck of the woods?

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Johnhines Md says...

There are lights, fans, etc,.

that run on 50 volt

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Venus says...

Haitian people don't believe anymore on education, that's y they were voted some kind of people like this for president.

None of politicians has an advance plan, which includes education, climate changes in whatsoever.

Haiti is far behind very very far behind on

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