Case Study: How Installers and Manufacturers Brought Clean Energy to Navajo Elders for the First Time (North American Clean Energy)

Posted by Crown Battery on Aug 13, 2018 11:53:24 AM

 

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CANYON DIABLO, Arizona –The George family lived without electricity in a makeshift two-bedroom dwelling with toxic railroad ties and leaky walls...

...until a pilot project offered them a new home – the first green residence on Navajo Nation.
The Georges’ new home is a test for the Plateau Solar Project, a partnership started by Mark Snyder (Mark Snyder Electric) and Elsa Johnson (IINA Solutions) -- and government and corporate sponsors, including Crown Battery.

Together, they brought sustainable electricity and clean water to more than 40 underprivileged Navajo elders.

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In this article, you’ll discover:

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How the installer overcame brutal weather (110° F to -30° F) that had ruined other installers’ systems in under three years
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The transformation for the George family after they got electricity and running water
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Which products the installer selected to withstand nature and bring power to the people
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