Private: Øvre Forsland
Øvre Forsland is the most beautiful power plant in Norway and possibly the world. Thanks to its award-winning, stylish design, the building organically blends into surrounding landscapes and compliments the beauty of Norwegian nature.
|Attributes||Enviromental / Local impact, New Plant (< 3 years)|
Small run-of-river hydro located in the mountainous forests of Nantou county, a region that supplies majority of pineapples for the famous Taiwanese pineapple cakes.
Friedenheim on the Crocodile River in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa, is a small 2.5 MW hydro power plant. It was installed in 1987 and registered with RECSA in 2010. The site was chosen as there was an existing canal and penstock on the river, contributing to the lowering of the capital costs for the hydro station as well as avoiding any environmental impact.
Malalane Sugar Cane Mill, located in the Mpumalanga Province, was commissioned in 1967 and currently has a capacity of 1.8 million tons of cane per season. Due to its deep rural location, this mill is a crucial economic anchor for the local economy, sustaining whole communities as it provides primary and secondary employment.
AgriReNew Methane Digester
The family-run farm has produced locally-fed and processed beef for over 100 years. The manure from the farm is captured and transferred to two 950,000 gallon complete-mix anaerobic digesters where the methane is collected and used to run a 1 MW Caterpillar CHP generator to produce electricity.
|Attributes||Eco-label, Enviromental / Local impact|
CAFÉ LUMIÈRE: Solar-powered multi-service platform in rural Madagascar
Installation of a multi-service platform based on solar energy specially designed for isolated rural areas in Madagascar.
(No funding was raised for this project through TrackMyElectricity©.)
Keep Girls in School Programme in Nepal
Making education more accessible and inclusive across 11 schools in Gulmi, Nepal through solar-powered water pumps.