By Kathie Zipp A team of Trojan employees have embarked on a volunteer trip to Nicaragua with the GRID Alternatives International Program to install a solar system that will provide power to a remote village.
A team of 10 Trojan volunteers which includes employees from Trojan Battery’s California and Georgia facilities left on Sun., May 21 to help install a solar power system during the nine-day expedition. Trojan and GRID participants will install solar panels with battery backup power systems for a school and health clinic in San Isidro, Jinotega, Nicaragua.
The solar systems will provide electricity to power lighting and electronics for the
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