This project seeks to earnest the use of the abundance solar energy to power Ultra Violet water treatment systems in an effort to make available clean and safe drinking water in every house hold with considerable environmental sustainability.
Four Elements Environmental Scholarships have been awarded to selected school children to attend a 4 day camp on how to drive an environmental initiative, use social media, raise sustainable funding as well as engaging with nature by swimming with sharks and meeting wild elephants.
Energy Poverty is a serious concern in our country as more than 400 million people are still devoid of access to a reliable and affordable source of energy. Lytyfy addresses the issue of energy poverty by combining technology, microfinance and community.
Rising electricity costs hurt you, your business & your shareholders. Is there a low-cost, hassle free solution for you? Solar leasing helps you adopt solar energy at your point of consumption at zero upfront investment, achieve sustainability, add value to your property & save energy costs.
The RE-Charge TekPak is a portable off-grid power source that uses photovoltaic technology. It aims to provide power source before, during, and after disaster situations. This modified and simplified solar energy source can easily be used by women and youth.
We intend to use solar energy to generate power, get them distributed and fed into various homes and businesses using smart meters so that rural dwellers pay only for energy they use. This makes it possible for isolated areas off the grid to have access to clean electricity
SoLight provides the first steps for Ugandans climbing the energy ladder. We leverage existing shopkeepers to offer affordable solar programs that make switching from kerosene to solar easy for everyone.
The slums in Ghana either had to illegal connect the national grade of electricity or has to depend on high cost of sources of electricity. We have being providing solar source of electricity at affordable and reliable to the people of Old Fadama Slum in Accra.
The basic purpose of the project is to provide a way for keeping cars cool during daytime when they are exposed to direct sunlight. This is intended to provide a more bearable environment to the passengers and to eliminate the need for a gasoline driven air conditioning system.