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Energy Access in Developing Countries

Power For Remote Communities

The Crossflow IES offers a clean safe reliable affordable energy supply for rural communities in developing countries driving development and improving living conditions.


Tackling a global power problem

Today some 1.1 billion people around the world have no access to electricity and some 3.8 billion cannot access the Internet, this must change.

The growth in Distributed Energy Generation (DEG) renewable technologies creates the opportunity for developing world to skip a generation in terms of technology and move directly into a world of clean, reliable and affordable energy with the associated financial and environmental benefits. Crossflow IES units are designed to play a part in meeting this growing need, to help accelerate universal access to both clean power and technology.


A strong measurable benefit to a community

Lack of access to reliable and affordable sources of energy and safe drinking water are both recognised as a significant block on wellbeing, economic growth and poverty reduction for many communities.

Access to electricity can transform whole communities: from meeting basic domestic needs such as lighting heating, water and cooking, irrigation and water pumping; to accessing mobile internet and device charging; and providing micro-grid power access to energy for businesses.

The Crossflow IES is specifically designed for remote, off-grid locations, capable of deployment, installation and service, without the need for skilled technicians and complex heavy machinery.

The UN Sustainable Development Goal 7

When households switch from kerosene lamps to electric light bulbs, they gain 100 times as much light energy for reading, studying, cooking and cultural activities for the same amount of money