Energy Entrepreneurs: The Sun-Lit Jungle

Entrepreneurs bring solar power to Guatemala, where a lack of access to electricity is a major problem.

Energy Entrepreneurs: The Sun-Lit Jungle
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Warren Webber
Warren Webberabout a year ago

Live long and prosper

Ela V.
Ela V.3 years ago


Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener4 years ago

Thank you for posting.

Natasha Lopez
Natasha L.4 years ago


Joan Mcallister
4 years ago

Great stories, strike up another win for Solar Engery

Tim Cheung
Tim C.4 years ago


Dave C.
Dave C.4 years ago

looks like a potential win-win

Jennifer E.
Jennifer E.4 years ago

How wonderful to see someone who has gone from their home country to study overseas, then gone back to improve living standards in their home country! So often you hear of people who have gone overseas to study and stayed in the new country rather than returning to expand the opportunities of their fellow citizens. Good on you for all you are achieving! May the programme continue to grow and more assets added to help villages become self-sustaining. It will be great when they are able to add larger solar banks to run things like water purification etc.

Chad A.
Chad Anderson4 years ago

We can take advantage of solar, wind, and other methods of generating power almost anywhere in a decentralized grid and should get started as locally and as soon as possible.

Lynn C.
Lynn C.4 years ago

So much to be thankful for - and these folks are certainly deserving of our gratitude!