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Maldives guest house is powered by solar energy

Updated: Jul 29, 2019

If you are into a beautiful paradise, Maldives must be one of your dream vacation destinations. A trip to the Maldives is an ultimate vacation where you get to enjoy a combination of nature, luxury, and privacy. But aside from its beauty and luxury, did you know that the Maldives is also promoting eco-tourism?

The Maldives consists of 1,190 tiny islands is currently covered by electricity produced by diesel generators. The most important business sector on the islands—with one million tourists every year—consumes much diesel.

In 2010 the Maldives announced the plan to become carbon neutral by 2020. The tourist industry of Maldives aims to become the most eco-friendly island destination in the Indian Ocean. Its location just north of the Equator receives ample sun throughout the year, so switching to renewable energy is a smart investment.

That is one of the reasons why many hotels and accommodations in different islands shifted to solar energy. Just like this best-rated guest house in Fulidhoo island.

Kinān Retreat recently installed 5-kilowatt on-grid solar system.

The solar panels were installed by Solaready Inc., the first advocate of renewable energy in the Philippines starting in 1976 to the present.

The shift into renewable energy will reduce the Kinān Retreat's annual diesel consumption, making it one of the fossil-fuel-free guest houses in the country.

Just like the Maldives, Philippines is also a tropical country known for its sunshine. Harnessing the free energy from the sun is a logical step not just for business establishments but also for residential homes.

With rising electricity and fuel prices and growing demand for energy supplies, there is no better time than now to make the switch.

Reduce your impact on the environment and embrace the fantastic sunshine that you are lucky enough to see almost every day of the year.

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