We are as shocked as you are with the aftermath of the deadly earthquake in Nepal. At this point, people who lost their homes as well as relief workers desperately need basic power for lighting, charging phones, and powering relief work equipment. To help them, we have started a campaign Rebuild With Sun to provide solar powered lights and charging stations to displaced people living in shelters and tents, and also for relief work. All donations are 100% tax-deductible.
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Here is a live map of all incoming help requests for basic power needs, and where resources are deployed.
Call +977-1-4721486 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Get a free evaluation for your home, business or community
Power an entire village or a community of 20 to 30 houses in a cluster. Starting from a 3 light bulb package for Rs 300 per month.
Power appliances to run a small business (rice mill, refrigerator, dairy chilling, water pumps). Most systems pay off within 3 years.
Add solar to existing diesel generator. Reduce fuel consumption. Get clean and reliable power that costs less than diesel.
Power lights, computer, TV, also heavier appliances like water pump, fridge, and rice cooker. Light up streets, open areas, and parking lots to be safe and secure.
For a free evaluation, call +977-1-4721486 or email us today!
Supported by GivePower , our team set up a #nanogrid within 2 days with SolarCity team visiting #Nepal last week - this powers a school and surrounding community with a single centralized system in an earthquake-struck village -- thanks to everyon...
Thanks GivePower , SolarCity , and Empower Generation for supporting the Rebuild With Sun campaign to help schools impacted in #NepalEarthquake like this one in Chandeswari. Honored to work with you as a team!
Proud of our non profit partner Digo Bikash Institute and HELP. Your constant effort encourage us to light more villages in Nepal.
https://youtu.be/BdY8z7i2i6Y Thanks One Million Lights and Khemaz Electronics for helping us deploy 2 Nanogrids in Achham. Each Nanogrid powers a cluster of 20 to 30 rural households providing electricity to power lights, mobile charger, an optio...
Very honored to one of 9 GSMA Mobile for Development grantees. This project provides power to rural mobile towers with an energy-as-a-service model, i.e. instead of telecom companies having to own and maintain power supplies for their towers, they...
Thanks to our local non profit partner Digo bikas institute supporting us to implement solar powered schools in earthquake affected areas.
Solar charging stations for near term earthquake relief can transition into microgrids over long term, and bring real power to people. Great piece in Upworthy by Laura Willard (Thanks!) - http://www.upworthy.com/rebuilding-with-sun-a-story-of-hop...
Thanks The Christian Science Monitor for highlighting solar's effectiveness in both relief and rebuilding. While lanterns can provide immediate relief, we strongly advocate also setting up 200 watt to 2 kw charging stations at each quake-hit rural...
Bir Bahadur Ghale from Barpak speaks on the phone "Based on the data provided by local health workers from birthing center, the expected labor case this month is 9 and for next month is 15 and the number remains similar in coming months. So we ne...
Thanks Gagan Thapa and @Kashi Das Shrestha for recognizing the importance of microgrids for a resilient energy infrastructure - "In the model we envision, households and businesses would be connected to microgrids managed by municipalities, with t...
Less than 72 hours left to chip into Rebuild With Sun campaign sponsored by Conergy to provide solar lights and mobile charging stations in Nepal - http://splitzee.com/collection/conergy-buys-power-chargers-for-nepal#.VWTZOU_BwXA - Please Help!
Thanks Himalayan Voluntourism for helping distribute charging stations to provide 300 lights and phone chargers https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153343451578832.1073741843.297969003831&type=1
Distribution of 300 units of lights and a 48V charging station. Three hours walking up from Highway to Tibet.- Photos by: Nawang Bhai
Thanks The American Prospect and Tara Lohan : "implementing microgrids .. most robust way of building resilient energy infrastructure" in rural villages after the earthquake. Getting 200 watt to 2 kW size solar power stations to quake-hit villages...
Thanks UN Capital Development Fund - coalition of private sector, non-profits & govt is key to #NepalQuakeRelief Rebuild With Sun
The live map of incoming help requests for basic power has been incredibly helpful in coordinating our efforts with other partners - http://nepalquake.ghampower.com/request-map so that (a) we can present a collective picture of help needed and (b)...
Thanks Biruwa Ventures for sharing how distributed renewable energy generation is much more resilient compared to older technologies. Time to rethink the energy infrastructure as rebuilding work begins. Rebuild With Sun