Micro Hydro Power for 1,000 People in Philippines

 
$6,524
$8,476
Raised
Remaining
Aug 22, 2011

AUGUST 2011 UPDATE

This just in from Shen Maglinte, our Project Contact in Dlumay.  We will add photos/videos as they come in, and the more detailed report Shen references as it becomes available:

Hello, apologies for late reply.  Yes, meantime am happy to report the MicroHydro Plant and multigrade corn mill has been finally commissioned and inaugurated last August 11 in Dlumay attended by more than a hundred people.  Finally, we were able to strike clarifications with the LGUs and concerned agencies and the project was completed  lighting up the streets the plaza and running the multigrade mill at 10kW capacity after all those issues of militarization and intrigues sowed on the project. I am preparing a  detailed report on this just came down last August 14 from the project site. ...

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Michel Maupoux

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Portland, Oregon United States

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