AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS–(Marketwired – Dec. 17, 2017) –
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Almas Jiwani Foundation is thrilled to partner with Inrada/Incharge. The organizations will work together to identify solutions for women and girls in developing nations leveraging Renewable Energy Technology.
“The potential for women's empowerment that exists at the crux of renewable energy technology and social entrepreneurship is undeniable. This partnership demonstrates the dissolution of the existing barriers and boundary-spanning work that can unlock a wellspring of possibility and a new reality for young women and girls,” said the Foundation's CEO & President, Almas Jiwani.
Energy equality and the advancement of women at every step of renewable energy implementation can produce radical change with geographies of energy poverty. Women and young people are those who are most seriously impacted by fossil fuel pollution and biomass harvesting and combustion. Their role in building sustainable foundations for enduring health, stability and renewable energy will serve to open up the potential of developing economies.
“Access to energy is a stepping stone to the path out of poverty,” further explained Ms. Jiwani. “Affordable and reliable off-grid energy can empower women to find economic opportunities that will create jobs and bring money into their communities.”
“Working in partnership with the Almas Jiwani Foundation enables the managed implementation of unique solutions which positively and proactively engage governments as well as communities to empower women in a local capacity. Developing leadership and ownership are mechanisms that can end world poverty. Our partnership delivers solutions into the hands of those most invested in stable and sustainable sources of energy which supports the growth of local economic value chains,” said Andy Elwell, Vice President of Inrada Group. Participating communities can use the energy for schools, hospitals, emergency services, homes, businesses, farms, telecommunications, transport, water filtration and waste management systems.
The Almas Jiwani Foundation will work with communities and local governments to incubate local capacity, leadership and ownership. In tandem, Incharge will deploy clean, safe and secure energy sources and storage solutions to remote communities around the world. These easy to use units will often replace older and unreliable fossil fuel power generators, or, be the preferred cost-effective solution to new applications with no need for heavy grid infrastructure (micro-grid), while eliminating harmful emissions and pollution.
“Our renewable energy technologies will provide opportunities isolated communities wouldn't otherwise have,” emphasized Andy Elwell, Vice President of Inrada Group. “The cost of power, its reliability, availability and cleanliness are in many cases variable, unreliable, simply not available or damaging to the planet. At InCharge we offer affordable, reliable, available and clean sustainable power generation, power management and energy storage. We believe that connecting people to power can connect communities to possibility, potential and prosperity.”
“In every human being there is an entrepreneur waiting to succeed,” Ms. Jiwani concluded, “we intend to facilitate that by improving the quality of life by providing energy which will change thousands of lives.”
About the Almas Jiwani Foundation
The vision of The Almas Jiwani Foundation is to empower women, girls and marginalized communities through focused projects that directly address disparities in equality, education, entrepreneurship and energy rights. The Foundation aims to bridge inequalities through the fostering of relationships among the various actors and stakeholders in global issues, and provide a platform for discourse and action.
About the Inrada Group and InCharge
For the past 60+ years, Inrada Group has been developing and manufacturing safety critical systems for the oil and gas industry to operate in the most extreme climatic environments. Through their deep knowledge and understanding of electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic control systems Inrada Group owner Ad de Raaij steered the focus into Renewable energy specifically pushing the boundaries of energy storage controls. InCharge design, engineer and manufacture innovative sustainable power generation, power management and power storage solutions in a variety of configurations to suit a variety of industry and market applications.
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