iboxs PAYG Technologies Offers 6 Wp - 100 Wp

Intelligent Solar Box becomes only PAYG (Pay As You Go) Integrated audio featured solution in the world. Rent to Own(R 2 O)Pre-Paid Solar Home Systems

This Solar home system is specially designed for developing countries being only one in the world which has integrated 4 in 1 audio feature (FM radio/ SD card slot / MP3 / head Phone plug) whereas other similar systems offer radio facility as self standing single unit as an optional purchase. 
There are over 606 million people just in Africa and over millions of people in Asia are living without energy, Using paraffin, kerosene and candles to get light during dark hours. We all know these sources are hazardous means of light, both fumes contamination and higher risk of fire in flammable wooden houses causing over 100,000 deaths per year just of severe burns and smoke contamination with survivors left with medical conditions like asthma, lungs diseases etc.
People living in those regions have no work so they have either very low income to afford grid electricity or difficult terrain restrictions does not allow to get power to them so most of people get local government grants or low income makes them afford not more than 3/4 USD per week on fuel budget.

iboxs offers Rent 2 Own ( R 2 0 ) solar home system is user friendly,light weight,cost effective and easy to install home system with solar panel to charge intelligent Solar Box , iboxs can power up 3/4 x LED lights with 4/5 meter cable each light , USB charging port with universal 10 pin cell phone charger, 4 in 1 integrated audio device and credit top up feature with remote control, Radio besides the only source of entertainment for consumers also a traditional means of communication from government to general public for news , announcements like weather warnings, epidemic control precautions , aid distribution Schedules etc well before time. Solar panel charges the iboxs which gives DC voltage to light up small household at night using clean, 100% environment friendly and best of all safe energy with no fire threat and breathing hazard, charges cell phones and plays radio.

This unique R 2 O system enables the customer to buy credits of same budget as paraffin, kerosene or candles i.e. 3/4 USD per week to top up the iboxs with small IR remote control provided with this system this credit input is indicated via green light and iboxs is powered up, when 7 days are over the credit finishes and credit indicators turns red and unit auto shuts and stop supplying current , It's time for consumer to visits local corner shop and purchase some more credits to top up the SHS which powers its self on receipt of top up credits and this credit top up process is repeated over number of weeks or months as agreed between consumer and distributor, it can be any pre-signed term from 6 months to 18 months depending upon the affordability of consumer and when cost of system is paid over agreed term this system auto unlocks its self and consumer becomes owner of the SHS (Solar Home System), will not require any more credits to top up the system. It will work as normal solar powered generator for consumer.


Cost of ibox SHS = $ 99.99 *( T & C Apply on MOQ );

Consumer Payment = $ 4.00 / week

No of Weeks. = 25 or 6 months

Consumer become Owner of SHS after payment is made in full over the term of approx 6 months.

This is be very effective for NGOs, social enterprises or similar organizations interested to recycle their funds for other development programmes within 6-18 months or private businesses who can sell this system on slightly higher rate and make profits in 6-18 months.

This solution is positively helping communities living in developing countries to move from unhealthy and hazardous means of light to clean and safe energy giving students opportunity to study in dark under green energy, It has been successfully tested in Zambia by US based social enterprise SVA ( Shared Value Africa ) and received over whelming interest in the region, SVA is in touch to sign up for exclusive rights for Zambian region.

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Comment by Salvatore Chester on April 2, 2015 at 3:49am

Thanks Captain Jon for your efforts.

I understand why Evan needs to see some documentation on the reported figure of 100k deaths/year. In my view numbers are mere indication (may be estimated too) of the real problem. In fact the generally accepted figures we read about reported deaths due to inefficient cooking smoke is invariably 4m per year, since several years (not 1 less or more over a given period of time). Therefore, this is to me another very good reason to start studying seriously the negative effects of kerosene use for lighting - which is the most detested indoor pollutant according to people directly affected by it in rural Ethiopia. Why not ? Shall stay tuned to learn more on this regard. Best wishes.         

Comment by Evan Mills on March 26, 2015 at 10:20am

Yes, I'm aware of the WHO data.  It's important to be clear that lighting isn't the only cause of these injuries and deaths.  There is no available global estimates for lighting-specific impacts that I'm aware of.   I have assembled a lot of health-related information here.


Comment by iboxs Technologies( UK) on March 26, 2015 at 2:14am
Dear Evan,

Please find below link from United Nations literature for your qustion

Subject: WHO | Burns


Many Thanks
Comment by Yotam Ariel on March 25, 2015 at 11:03pm

Interesting. Could you please share the link for the iBox PAYG website?

I'll gladly add it here: http://bennu-solar.com/pay-as-you-go-enabled-solar-solutions/


Comment by Evan Mills on March 25, 2015 at 10:17pm

Can you provide documentation for the statement that fuel-based lighting is responsible for 100k deaths per year.  I have studied the literature quite a bit and have not seen this number before.


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