Direct impact projects that will benefit from installation of renewable energy devices in areas with no grid infrastructure.
Improving living conditions and economic productivity of Alpaca wool farmers in Cusco, Peru through solar energy
Installation of a sustainable and replicable solution to ensure access to electricity, adapted to the priority needs of rural populations permanently isolated from the grid.
Installation of a multi-service platform based on solar energy specially designed for isolated rural areas in Madagascar.
(No funding was raised for this project through TrackMyElectricity©.)
Renewable energy project designed to transform the lives of hundreds of Burmese refugees living in a landfill site in Thailand.
Bringing Solar Power to Remote Schools in Karen State, Burma
Electrification of a health centre and the installation of two water supply systems in the rural village of Alamarina, Madagascar.
(No funding for this project was raised through TrackMyElectricity©.)
Support for installation of a simple solar microgrid solution in Surkhet, Nepal.
Making education more accessible and inclusive across 11 schools in Gulmi, Nepal through solar-powered water pumps.
Expanding access to electricity and water for Ukrainian refugees, and helping to uphold and strengthen supporting infrastructures.
Providing reliable and sustainable electricity to a Ukrainian hospital that sees more than 22,000 patients annually.
This project, which focuses on the Verbo School in Bluefields, is part of the "Climate Smart Schools" initiative, which seeks to reduce energy poverty and contribute to climate resilience through the introduction of renewable energies.