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Power-Aid Ltd are Approved Project Partners of SunCulture 

SunCulture's vision is to build a world where people take control of their environment in rewarding, sustainable ways. They do this by developing and commercializing life-changing technology that solves the biggest daily challenges for the world's developing countries.

SunCulture - Award winning submersible pumps!

The Global LEAP Awards, Identifies and promotes the world’s best, most energy-efficient off-grid appliances. Appropriately-designed, highly energy-efficient appliance technologies are essential to accelerating global energy access efforts. SunCulture solar water submersible pumps (and battery enabled pumps) are official winners of the Global LEAP Awards

Power-Aid Ltd & SunCulture - Global LEAP
Power-Aid Ltd & SunCulture - Global LEAP

About SunCulture (Includes words from CEO, Samir Ibrahim)

This video adds emphasis on the relentless work the SunCulture team put into their goals and products. SunCulture's philosophy is to advance and test their products on the land and with the people who will be using the products rather than using clinical labs. This video shows some inspiring success stories of real life farmers that use SunCulture's revolutionary intelligent products. 

SunCulture featured on Microsoft Inspire Summit

SunCulture is featured at Microsoft Inspire conference, the annual summit for Microsoft’s partner community (July 2019) - SunCulture's products are being supported and recognized as humanitarian product-designs, which has subsequently gone to win awards such as the "Global Leap Award, 2019".

SunCulture Solar Irrigation Pumps 

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Commercial use - Shakti Pumps.

For large-scale solar irrigation projects, or Community projects. Shakti pumps provide a range of options that can generate up to 30,000L per hour of water and 250 kW of energy. The pumps can provide institutions like community centres, schools, and office buildings with a steady supply of water and clean off-grid electricity.

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Commercial, Small Holding & Residential use - 

RainMaker2 with ClimateSmart Direct™

The RainMaker2 with ClimateSmart Direct is a solar-powered irrigation system designed for maximum efficiency and affordability. With no battery or lights, it is for those who want a pure water-pumping solution for farming

It can pump up to 1,100L per hour from water sources up to 30m deep.


Residential & Local use - 

RainMaker2 with ClimateSmart Battery™

RainMaker2 with ClimateSmart Battery™ is the most practical and intelligent solar-powered irrigation solution on the market.


RainMaker2 can pump up to 2,500L an hour from water sources up to 70m deep, ensuring a steady supply of water for farming and household needs.

The highly efficient ClimateSmartTM energy management system can also power lights and phone charging.

World Class Engineering, Product Design & Intelligent Technology

As SunCulture insist on product testing on the ground with local community and commercial product-users, you can be confident all products are designed and tested to the highest standard, meeting the demands of the climates they are designed for.

SunCulture's pioneering technology, will intelligently detect if there is an issue with any of the solar irrigation systems, so they will notify you even before you suspect there is a fault! 

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A REAL solution to drought

SunCulture has an IoT platform and Azure machine learning tools for their solar-based system which allows them to offer farmers personalized recommendations and solutions through their mobile phones. This allows them to be better, more productive farmers. SunCulture’s system also has soil sensors which collect data that allows them to give farmers the information they need to succeed. Farmers can remotely monitor an issue and remedy it before it becomes a problem.

The 17 hours per week these farmers used to spend moving water manually is now directed to better tending their crops and livestock.

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