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off-grid

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Definition of off-grid in English:

adjective & adverb

Not using or depending on public utilities, especially the supply of electricity: [as adjective]: off-grid housing [as adverb]: he has lived off-grid for 32 years
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  • The event was the first-ever global business conference on off-grid lighting on the continent.
  • The identification of off-grid areas not scheduled for medium term grid electrification is the second point in the plan.
  • I started a new blog today called Mud Woman which will tell the tale of my journey to build my own cob off grid home.

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