NWNS continues to support its clients, our first priority!
– We hope you and your family are safe from the current Covid-19 situation. Our best wishes are with you.
At NWNS we completely understand that the current pandemic is challenging for everyone, and that we are all uncertain how it will affect us personally and the world moving forward.
While we would leave it to the medical practitioners and experts to advise on how to respond in your everyday life, NWNS will continue to support you in our area of business or expertise.
As the pandemic has already affected the way we work, we can be your ‘Go to’ tool in these difficult times.
As more and more teams work from their homes, delegating and coordinating work might get difficult and deadlines can be missed. That’s where NWNS can step in. You can completely count on NWNS if about field support continuity and all the extras we have to offer to help companies transit during these difficult times.
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Identifying sustainable energy access solutions in refugee settlements.
– In response to the alarming numbers of displaced people around the world and their unreliable access to sustainable energy and basic telecommunications access, NWNS is collaborating with GEEKS Without Frontiers in developing renewable power solutions for refugee settlements in addition to remote local communities.
Geeks Without Frontiers (Geekswf.org) is a platform for global impact. An award-winning non-profit, Geeks’ mission is to bring the benefits of broadband connectivity -health, education, poverty reduction, gender equality and the other UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)- to the estimated 3.5 billion people who remain unconnected.
Geeks and NWNS aspire to empower the unserved, including the forcibly displaced, create Smart Communities and help catalyse positive global change. It does this by leveraging the benefits of satellite, wireless and fibre connectivity-based solutions in a resilient, technologically neutral and sustainable manner.
But all we do – and all we trying to accomplish – requires stable electrical power which is either not reliable or simply not available, especially there where power continuity can be mission critical. In general the best available are heavily polluting, high maintenance under serviced diesel generators.
At GWF and NWNS we are building insights and takeaways from studies and experience in order to outline avenues to replicate potential managed, reliable and affordable renewable energy solutions in refugee settlements. We are eager to share possible business models to increase the uptake of renewables (and therefore the economics of scale), as well as to enable the participation of more private actors including trained local field support.
We are pleased to invite you to join GWF and NWNS to discuss how renewable energy solutions could provide the refugees with clean, reliable, and cost-efficient energy for their daily needs.
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