Mobile Community DigiHealth Centre

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Mobile Community DigiHealth Centre

Mobile Community DigiHealth Centre

African Women's Welfare Association {Ayoka Project} By African Women's Welfare Association {Ayoka Project}

A mobile digital technology Solar micro-grid will deliver winter and summer room comfort; a cleaner, healthier and cheaper controlled environment, sustainably to our clients and the wider community.

Tower Hamlets Idea stage

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This project is an off-grid direct current microgrid featuring a set of photovoltaic PV panels, smart battery storage with built-in inverter, filtered & treated cold or warm air handling system (under user control) and a charge controller. The system is mounted on a trailer ready to travel to any location in the borough for exhibition, demo, education and training purposes. The internal environment will feature the latest in dc lighting, dc refrigeration and connected sensors, controllers & Internet of Things. The system has inbuilt capacity to switch automatically to end the Is-landing mode, but this is not recommended. All our clients, friends and families can request a demonstration. Community groups can invite us to anywhere in the borough for a demonstration using our booking system. Tower Hamlets community should be the first to get used to the future of clean energy, feel free to request demos, walk into digitised energy ecosystem designed to eradicate energy poverty.

What we'll deliver:

  • Combo system featuring built-in chairs, writing desk and the minimum for both home comfort & working from home.
  • A non-polluting/clean source of electrical energy supply, ready for replication in each home or office in the borough
  • A cheaper, faster and better way of caring for yourself, your neighbours and the wider community health and safety
  • A comprehensive low-cost solution, designed to disrupt the current monopoly of a poisonous fossil fuel industry.

Why it's a great idea:

This project is committed to protecting our clients and the wider community from excessive heating and cooling bills, from the deprivation caused by fuel poverty and the threat of environmental degradation through global warming and climate change. Your Community DigiHealth is ISO 50001 Compliant. .

Steps to get it done:

  • Defining the programme [Assemble team, develop blueprint, business case, build and test - 8 weeks]
  • Delivering the capability [Agile Project Management - 8 weeks]
  • Realising the benefits [publicised demos in selected locations in the Borough - on-going]
  • Closing the programme with celebration [document lessons learned on completion -2 weeks]

This project has the potential to achieve benefits beyond the elimination of fuel poverty. It's a primer to a digitally connected community microgrid. Has the potential to disrupt the traditional fossil fuel grid system. You can work from home and benefit from breathing in fresh, uncontaminated air, all delivered at very low cost due to alternative energy sources that are available to mankind for free.

Location Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets has 151 other projects and £1,465,000 in potential grant funding

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London Borough of Tower Hamlets

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How will the money be spent?Total £29,990

Product Design & development, Software integration, Build, Verify & test - £8,200 (27%)
4kWh TESLA Powerwall 2, Inverter, energy gateway, Charge Regulator & MPPT - £7,000 (23%)
Venue Hire with secured garage facilities - £4,800 (16%)
Trailer purchase, license & Insurance - £4,000 (13%)
Smart Meter, Sensors, Thermostat, LED light bulbs, Demo equipment, Solar PV and Fittings - £2,300 (8%)
Community Roadshow, Integration & User Acceptance testing/Commissioning - £500 (2%)
Publicity - £300 (1%)
Other - £2,890 (10%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. Before entering fundraising these costs will be confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified by the verifier.

27%
Product Design & development, Software integration, Build, Verify & test
£8,200
23%
4kWh TESLA Powerwall 2, Inverter, energy gateway, Charge Regulator & MPPT
£7,000
16%
Venue Hire with secured garage facilities
£4,800
13%
Trailer purchase, license & Insurance
£4,000
8%
Smart Meter, Sensors, Thermostat, LED light bulbs, Demo equipment, Solar PV and Fittings
£2,300
2%
Community Roadshow, Integration & User Acceptance testing/Commissioning
£500
1%
Publicity
£300
10%
Other
£2,890
  • Spacehive fees
    £1,355
  • Transaction Fees
    £1,264
  • VAT
    £271

Total £29,990

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