Open source technologies driving access to essential services
#SolarisFieldStories - Episode 8
Watch the episode 8 of #SolarisFieldStories and learn how flexible technologies such as Open Source and Open Access are key driver to tackle the interoperability issues and enable the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) to gain greater access to essential services.
"We think that open source technologies would be a big advantage to scaling the market and to helping create greater opportunities for consumers around the world to gain access to energy services. But what we need is more engagement from companies that are working in the off-grid space."
- Graham Pugh, Consultant to the Efficiency for Access Coalition -
About Solaris Offgrid :
Solaris Offgrid supports distributors of essential services to build strong customer traction and greater relations with investors through flexible and inclusive Paygo solutions, designed for last-mile operations. Adopting a bottom up approach in the design of its solutions and creating synergies with a strong network of partners to solve last-mile challenges, the company has already deployed Paygo solutions in more than 30 countries through PaygOps, Solaris Offgrid in-house software solution built “In the Field, for the Field” and its hardware development services. Leading reference in the off-grid solar market, PaygOps, is engineered to deliver modular and interoperable solutions to address off-grid energy access challenges and distribution complexity. For more information on PaygOps, please contact [email protected].