For many people, 2020 has been a different year, and the same goes for us at Peoples Portable Power. Normally we travel to Kenya and Tanzania several times a year to visit our customers,...Read more
Today, Peoples Portable Power has participated in a pitch competition for 7 start-ups hosted by Green Tech Center and we ended up winning the competition!
The judges liked that PP Power has...Read more
Our work in Kenya continues, and we have just entered into an exciting collaboration with the Danish NGO KenyaHelp.
In this connection, we sent 15 batteries to a village near Lake Victoria in...Read more
The sale of our PP Power solution in Denmark has started, and you can visit our webshop right here. You contribute to our project when you choose to buy a battery… for every unit sold in...Read more
Earlier this year, we completed the EU project we had been awarded last year. This has now resulted in an article about the project's progress and benefits.
With EU funding from the EmPower...Read more
Now the PP Power battery can be yours.
Use the powerful, transportable battery in the allotment garden, on the boat, on the hike or at home - the possibilities are many 🙂
See and buy the...Read more
We woke up early Tuesday morning at the hotel in Nairobi and packed our things before heading into town and taking The Riverside Bus to Arusha in Tanzania. We were the first to get into the bus...Read more
Deborah, Rikke and I arrived in the morning in Nairobi. We landed after a 40 minute flight with Jambojet, and proceeded directly to a meeting with the organization WEEE Centre, which helps with...Read more
I picked up my colleague, Rikke, in the morning in Nairobi before we had to check in and fly to Eldoret, Kenya, where our Kenyan colleague, Deborah, picked us up and drove the last 100 km. out to...Read more
I arrived in Arusha, Tanzania, with the Riverside bus from Nairobi, Kenya. In Arusha our driver, Arnold, had for once not arrived to greet me at the bus station as I had not been able to make my...Read more