The history of Kalhuohfummi (Solar Battery) and Maroshi (Solar Panel) begins in the 16th century with an unequal struggle for freedom and independence. At the time, the greatest threat to the Maldives was Portuguese conquest. The Maldivian people built a warship called Kalhuohfummi for their defense which proved vital to the success of their guerilla fighting. The ship’s sails were made on Maroshi, an island where the warship was also loaded with drinking water for supplying the fighters.
Today, the greatest danger to the Maldives is the steadily rising water level caused by climate change. And again it is Kalhuohfummi, the intelligent solar battery, which is docked to the island Maroshi, the solar panel, that gets loaded with energy and supplies the warrior of light in the fight against climate change and destruction of our environment.