PRLog - March 21, 2011 - DAR ES SALAAAM, Tanzania -- Rural Electrification Africa – An initiative by Sincronicity Power Ltd.
Sincronicity Power Ltd. is establishing a socio-economic initiative to provide electricity to remote rural areas across Africa. The project introduces the concept of harnessing power infrastructure owned and operated by major commercial organisations for the benefit of deprived communities. http://www.ruralelectrificationafrica.com
Telecoms towers are located in a multitude of remote areas across the continent and Sincronicity Power’s expertise lies in innovating low cost, environmentally-
Sincronicity Power Ltd. is already achieving its aims with notable success in Tanzania. The SINCRO X-LPG power generator is delivering a reliable and stable low cost power solution for MIC Tanzania Limited ( TIGO ) at telecoms base stations in the southern Highlands region and in Dar es Salaam. Sincronicity Power is also working in conjunction with Helios Towers Africa Ltd in a unique scheme to utilise excess generated power and re dispense to villagers living near the telecoms tower site.
Mark Foley, CEO of Sincronicity Power Group Ltd. Said “We look forward to building on the success this power pack has achieved in our Tanzanian market. As part of our mission, we are driving down network operating costs and providing green power solutions across Africa.”
As part of its initiative, established sites and installed generators in Tanzania currently benefit from the services of SINCRO Sitewatch Ltd as standard. Their highly experienced operatives maintain and service the units to keep sites operating at peak level and a maximum standard of efficiency. SINCRO Sitewatch’s spare parts are sourced from http://www.Sincrospareparts.com supplying genuine UK generator parts.
Sincronicity Power Ltd. ( http://www.sincronicitypower.com ) delivers innovative power solutions and is dedicated to meeting the environmental and economic needs of Africa.
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Sincronicity Power Ltd. is establishing a socio-economic initiative to provide electricity to remote rural areas across Africa.