It is nearly two years ago that we connected Recycle Beirut’s 100 kWp microgrid in Ouzai, Beirut. (Recycle Beirut’s Microgrid). Without larger interruptions, the system provides a warehouse, two households and a mosque sufficiently 24/7/365 with electricity.

But it’s not only the 300 solar panels installed, neither the power control units nor the battery management system or the inverter that are doing the most important job everyday. It is Rabih, our operational manager and his team, that does the most important job: planning and coordinating the shared, finite amount of energy given to us every day!

Rabih in the office of Recycle Beirut

Rabih reaches work at…

Flo Stark

I’m interested in the flow of humans, electrons, climate and societies.

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