Renewable energy solutions for home and office in Trinidad and Tobago

Fully solar-powered Eco Pod. Image: Davis Ecolife via LoopTT

Trinidad-based company Davis Ecolife is offering a range of renewable energy solutions for homes and small businesses, including their Eco Pod unit:

With utility rates set to increase in Trinidad and Tobago, one company is providing a viable option for homeowners through the use of renewable energy.

Local company Davis Ecolife Limited put their Eco Pod on display at Grand Bazaar to show the viability of solar-powered energy for the home.

The Eco Pod, which features energy-efficient solar powered and LED lighting systems, is the first product of its kind on sale in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Eco Pod features a 10-kilowatt all-in-one solar system which the company says provides more than enough energy to power the modern home or small business, including air conditioning units and entertainment systems.

The more efficient gel type battery recharges in the daytime for use at night time, the company said.

For existing homeowners and businesses looking to switch over to renewable energy, Davis Ecolife also provides a range of other renewable energy solutions.

The company also provides energy-saving products such as LED lighting, along with solar panel solutions, wind turbine solutions and, hybrid systems (wind and solar) street lighting, solar garden lamps and solar park lighting.

Although other Caribbean countries such as Barbados, Dominica and Jamaica have begun using renewable energy, Trinidad and Tobago has been slow to convert to renewable energy sources.

As such, the company said it is looking to branch out into other Caribbean countries.

Read more from LoopTT. See also: the Davis Ecolife website.


[Image: Davis Ecolife via LoopTT]


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