Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power

by Appropriate Technology Collaborative
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Carbon Credit for Humanitarian Solar Power
Energy Globe Award
Energy Globe Award

We just got word today - Mayan Power and Light as been selected Guatemala's most sustainable solution by Energy Globe in 2019! 

 

First of all, Thank You for participating in our Humanitarian Carbon Credit program. You are cooperating with Mayan Power and Light social businesses to offer subsidized solar power to approved applicants.      

Getting solar power into the hands of the rural poor directly reduces carbon emissions for years to come, while improving rural health and wealth.  The family's financial contribution to their solar equipment ensures it's proper ownership and care so that solar power lasts into the long term. Mayan Power and Light businesses offer replacement parts for a sustainable, economic solution to climate change. 

The Carbon Credit program will connect you directly to the families who recieve clean lighting for the first time, in our effort for transparency and trust.    We consider you a partner in a collaborative effort for a real solution to current crises in climate change, poverty, migration, and gender equality.

Consider joining us for a solar service trip in Guatemala to learn basic solar power skills alongside community members in an intercultural effort to spread acceptance of green solutions.

Organize your own group's sponsored solar project at info@apptechdesign.org

Rosy displays 10 Watt solar kit and water filter
Rosy displays 10 Watt solar kit and water filter

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Appropriate Technology Collaborative

Location: Ann Arbor, MI - USA
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Project Leader:
John Barrie
Ann Arbor, Michigan United States

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