SunCulture SP-300 Solar Pumping System


SunCulture’s SP-300 Solar Pumping System is designed to use solar power to pull water from any water source without the need for batteries.

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SunCulture’s SP-300 Solar Pumping System is designed to pull water from any water source (lake, river, stream, well, borehole, water harvester, etc.) using solar power. The solar panels provide the pump’s electricity directly without the need for  batteries or inverters. Water is pumped into a raised water storage tank during the day. Farmers can either purchase this pump separately or as a package with SunCulture’s Drip Irrigation Kit. This product has been discontinued and was replaced by SunCulture’s RainMaker 2 in 2019.

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1496 USD (159,000 KES) Converted June 2020

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Goal 2: Zero hunger

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Smallholder farmers in East Africa

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