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Haitian Winter, Part Six: Soaring into the Sun - the Grand New Iron Market

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Solar Grand Finale

But wait a minute! We haven't completed the solar power installation yet. Dennis and his hardworking Coronado crew finally had everything mounted, wired and bolted tight a few weeks after I left Haiti. The Iron Market is now being powered by the sun. He sent me a few photos recently of the finished project.

That passageway between the wings that was just channels and angles when I was there? Quite a difference now with the panels, inverters and controllers all mounted! (photo by Dennis Mee)

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From the inner edge of one wing looking outward toward the neighborhood at the sea of solar panels (photo by Dennis Mee).

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This is from the farthest edge of one wing, looking inward upon the rows of solar panels. (photo by Dennis Mee)

May the sun pour forth healing energy, Love and Light on Haiti:

A closeup of part of a painting from one of the vendor's stalls inside the north hall, which is the artsier wing of the giant complex displaying some really amazing arts and crafts. In my next photo-essay, let's go on a little tour inside the two market halls.


About this series:

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On February 4th independent journalist Georgianne Nienaber and I flew into Haiti for a five day whirlwind investigative tour facilitated by our driver and "fixer", Andre Paultre, a journalist's best friend in Haiti. This is the sixth piece in my series, "Haitian Winter".

For Part One of this series, CLICK HERE
For Part Two of this series, CLICK HERE
For Part Three of this series, CLICK HERE
For Part Four of this series, CLICK HERE
For Part Five of this series, CLICK HERE

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