Enclosed are the latest pictures from Kotho 1, taken today.
The pictures show the solar park and the batteries installed. We will start charging the batteries next week getting ready for September 8. Do we need to tell that the whole village is filled with excitement and expectations? 8 of September cannot come soon enough! Generations of waiting are over. Light is here. Hopes and dream coming through!
A big applause and salute to Mr. Mike Fohba, Managing Director of SunErgy Cameroon and his team! They have been working hard and diligently under extreme condition, this being the rainy season.
Guys, we salute you! You are real heroes!
Posted in 2017
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September 8 will be a milestone day in the history of Kotho 1; they will have access to electricity, Cable TV and Internet.
Mr. Mike, Managing Director of SunErgy Cameroon and his 30 member team are working hard and diligently to make a brighter and more prosperous future come through for the people of Kotho 1.
On our visit to Kotho 1 a couple of weeks ago, we were accompanied by a team from HiTV in Buea who made the following report for you to enjoy.
Please spread the good news. Let the world know!
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Here is a picture from last week visit to US for a two day meeting with Microsoft and New Sun Road at Microsoft`s office in San Francisco.
The plan is that New Sun Road, located at University of California at Berkley will deliver prepaid electrical meters with Microsoft providing software, including Microsoft Cloud Services.
Picture shows participants from New Sun Road, Microsoft and SunErgy.
Our business is truly international, bringing partners and products together on a global scale, enabling the world’s disadvantaged to move towards a brighter and more prosperous future.
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On the 15 of August we will celebrate the one-year anniversary of switching on electricity in the village of Bokosso. In addition this past year we provided the people with access to cable TV and the Internet.
Enclosed you can read how the people have experienced the past year. We named it “The peoples voice”
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On the Christmas week Bokosso witnessed the building of a 15 meter high internet tower. The tower enables the people in the village to connect with the world. Everything is available- search on Google, meet friends on Facebook, communicate with family and friends on Skype. A whole new world has opened up!
Bokosso internet tower
A fifteen meter high internet tower is being built in Bokosso. “On this tower we will place the antenna for receiving and sending internet signals, which will enable people to communicate with the outside world through internet” Managing Director of SunErgy Cameroon, Mr, Mike Fohba says. “In addition they can search information on Google, together with sending and receiving mail.
We built the tower ourselves in our workshop in Buea. Due to its hight, we had to build it in several parts, assembling it in the village before erection.”
“It is almost beyond imagination what this will mean for the people and the community” says CEO of SunErgy, Norway. “In addition to what Mr. Fohba says, I also want to mention schools and health, such as E- medicine.”
Internet tower being built and ready for transport to Bokosso.