Direct impact projects that will benefit from installation of 

renewable energy devices in areas with no grid infrastructure.


The project “Solar power for the Cherkasy third emergency hospital (Ukraine)” is part of the Solar Aid for Ukraine initiative. The solar panels will not only provide renewable and sustainable energy to an emergency hospital in the Ukrainian city of Cherkasy, but they will also result in significant savings for the hospital.
The project "Emergency Ukraine: Actions for access to electricity for displaced civilians" is expanding access to electricity and water for Ukrainian refugees, and helping to uphold and strengthen supporting infrastructures.


Over 2 750 people in three villages in Surkhet, Nepal, are still living with the impact of the 2014 floods. The project aims to increase community resilience to economic and climatic stresses in this rural off-grid community through the use of innovative renewable energy technology. Project funding is secured.


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