“Inergy is proud to work with the U.S. Department of Commerce to identify projects in Brazil, Peru and Colombia that can benefit from Inergy’s off-grid solar energy in rural areas and projects,” said Sean Luangrath, CEO of Inergy. “Inergy’s renewable energy products have great potential to improve the energy reliability of these areas due to the demand in these markets.”
The Brazilian, Peruvian and Colombian governments have become increasingly focused on energy issues and the promotion of renewable energy. Brazil has a goal to have 100 percent of the population with access to the public electricity service by 2030. The Colombian government introduced incentives and specific measures to promote non-conventional renewable energy and energy efficiency in the country since there are more than 1,000 zones that are non-interconnected areas (off-grid).
The Peruvian government has a goal of 15 percent production with renewable energy by 2030 and is currently designing the next stage of its program for isolated, rural areas that will benefit 100,000 more homes. The first stage provided electricity via solar panels to 205,138 rural homes, 191 health posts and 2349 schools, communal premises, churches, among others.
“Inergy looks forward to meeting with energy leaders in these countries to discuss strategies for expanding our business while contributing energy solutions in a way each market needs,” said Luangrath. “Inergy is committed to its ongoing effort to help people improve their lives with renewable, reliable power.”
Inergy manufactures and distributes products that help individuals worldwide improve their quality of life with adaptable, clean, renewable power. The company’s line of products provides its customers with power anywhere, any time; so they can enjoy the good times, prepare for hard times, and rise above any obstacle life may throw at them. Inergy is leading the renewable power revolution with a bottom-up approach by making modular, plug-and-play solar power and home energy solutions available to individual consumers, families, and businesses.
For more information contact:
Stephen Whyte, Strategic Connections, LLC