Tsavo Ecosystem has several wells that were drilled in the past, but power is needed to access the water underground to supply it to various water points. Solar power is a great source of green energy and does not disturb animals with loud noises.
We have installed two solar pumps in Tsavo West National Park, capable of pumping 60,000 litres of water each day. Water is pumped from the wells into a water tank, and water from the tank is then pumped to around 6 water access points. We hope to install 6 solar pumps in the coming years.
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