Dulas are pleased to announce that the winners of the vaccine refrigerator competition are Set4Life Australia (S4LA). S4LA is a grassroots, not-for-profit organisation providing direct support for the people of the Yiben area in Sierra Leone. Working with the community and their dedicated champion Minkailu Bantama (Mallam), S4LA have recently established a Maternal and Child… Read more »
Dulas are running a fantastic competition to win one of 10 Solar Powered Vaccine Refrigerators. If your health centre or hospital is in a remote location with no reliable source of power this is a great opportunity to equip your facility with a lifesaving solar direct drive refrigerator which will keep your vaccines safe whatever… Read more »
Dulas, a leading British manufacturer of solar-powered vaccine refrigerators, has shipped 113 of its VC50SDD units to Togo, to support the work of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, which is delivering immunisation initiatives together with Togo’s Ministry of Health. Working with their local service partners BEMISS, a solar installation company based in Lomé, Dulas will deliver,… Read more »
Dulas is celebrating after being longlisted for the UK’s longest running and most prestigious awards programme, championing responsible business in the UK and abroad. It has also been shortlisted for the Welsh Government Responsible SME of the Year award. The Awards recognise the most inspiring businesses who are making a difference by taking action to… Read more »
Innovative cold chain technologies will be on show from Dulas at AIDF’s Kenyan event, 27th-28th February.
We’re very pleased to announce that Dulas’ Solar Socket has won an i-Novo Eco Award, given to products that lessen or eliminate impact on the environment. The Solar Socket is an energy harvesting unit, that utilities the excess power generated by our SDD refrigerators’ solar array to enable health workers to charge other devices, such… Read more »
The Solar Socket is an energy harvesting unit, that utilises the excess power generated by our SDD refrigerators’ solar array to enable health workers to charge other devices, such as mobile phones, laptops, lamps and other electrical devices. As a result, it allows solar-powered refrigerators to not only address challenges involved in cold chain… Read more »
World Wide Commercial Ventures (WWCV) distribute approximately 30% of all pharmaceuticals sold in Nigeria, and as partners to Dulas for 20 years the business wanted to use Dulas’ refrigerators and cold chain temperature monitoring technology in regional cold stores within its own supply network. Dulas therefore supplied WWCV with 18 VC225ILR refrigerators, portable Vaccine Guards… Read more »
Dulas has been delivering training as part of its refrigerator supply for 25 years. In June of this year, the Solar International team led a five-day training programme in Naypyidaw, Myanmar’s capital city, for Ministry of Health technicians. The training was delivered as part of Dulas’ supply package of 25 WHO-accredited VC200SDD vaccine refrigerators, with… Read more »
We’re very pleased to announce the launch of our VC60 Solar Direct Drive (SDD) combined vaccine refrigerator and water pack freezer.
Dulas’ Solar International division has long been embedded in efforts by INGOs/NGOs to respond to crises in West Africa. This year our focus has been to continue to aid in the Ebola crisis in West Africa and the eradication of polio in Nigeria, as well as working to re-equip Yemen’s cold chain amid escalating violence…. Read more »
Following receipt of over 800 entries from around the world, three finalists have been chosen for this year’s prestigious St Andrews Prize for the Environment. The winner will receive $100,000 USD and the two runners-up will each receive $25,000 USD.
Dulas, a leading British solar refrigeration manufacturer and renewable energy specialist is in the process of delivering over three hundred of its VC150SDD solar refrigerators to Nigeria. These World Health Organization (WHO) accredited refrigerators will be used to safely store vaccines in Yobe, Bauchi and Kaduna states.