We work with local experts and community members to find the best sustainable solution in each place where we work, whether it’s a solar plant, energy monitoring audits, hardware and software or the provision of reliable energy at affordable costs. And with every energy point we fund, our partners coordinate solar plant maintenance training, and establish a local energy committee to help keep electricity running for years to come.

We raise philanthropic funds from the donor community to develop and build energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions for schools and hospitals so that they can focus on their day-to-day operations. Solving only a fraction of their broader energy problems, these projects serve as models for the country’s broader energy poverty challenges.  Through the Energy Poverty Alleviation Program, donors engage in developing the Ghanaian energy economy by building small-scale solar projects and implementing energy efficiency programs for schools and hospitals.

In Pwalugu, a village in northern Ghana, lives Mansah. Mansah is a single mother of three who lives in the village with her family. She must provide for her family daily. Her daily routine consists of going to her small tomato farm and …

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