Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa

by Action Change (Formerly GVI Trust)
Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa
Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa
Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa
Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa
Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa
Power a Future: Solar Power for Africa

Introduction 

Whilst the rest of the world is preparing for a time driven by renewable energy, Rural communities across Africa lack the means to be able to take proactive steps to prepare for climate change.

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Renewable energy is a fundamental component for sustainable cities as well as self-sufficient projects. We want to provide new and innovative ways for communities to access clean energy for their rural projects across Africa, which suffer from either no power access or extensive load shedding. It costs $100 to provide a solar power system the size of an A3 sheet of paper which provides enough power to support one household.

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Introduction 

Donations to this project will help our research and development of new initiatives we are involved with and once ready help us to trial and launch across townships. We aim to help decrease the costs of these systems so they become accessible by communities that struggle financially. We are very close to an exciting solution and now need to fundraise to launch..

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By giving our local partners access to renewable energy we are opening doors for children to learn no matter the hour; have electricity to power computers, sewing machines and other material for vocational training; communicate in case of need and pump water into their homes to save time collecting. Renewable energy is a core building block for further development and provides institutions with the opportunity to be self-sustainable. It costs $259 for one solar panel

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Introduction 

We want to provide new and innovative ways for communities to access clean energy for their rural projects across Africa, which suffer from either no power access or extensive load shedding.

Report 

Whilst the rest of the world is preparing for a time driven by renewable energy, Rural communities across Africa lack the means to be able to take proactive steps to prepare for climate change. Our project activities and services vary greatly but working with leading scientists and entrepreneurs we are working on a solar system that is light, easy to install and will power a whole business or home in a township. A donation of $100 will provide a solar powered system to a house hold in a township the size of an A3 sheet of paper.

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Introduction 

In 2018, 800 million people worldwide lack access to electricity. Renewable energy is a fundamental component for sustainable cities as well as self-sufficient projects. Whilst the rest of the world is preparing for a time driven by renewable energy, Rural communities across Africa lack the means to be able to take proactive steps to prepare for climate change.

Report 

Donations to this project will help our research and development of new initiatives we are involved with and once ready help us to trial and launch across townships. We aim to help decrease the costs of these systems so they become accessible by communities that struggle financially. We are very close to an exciting solution and now need to fundraise to launch. It costs $259 for one solar panel for one of our innovative systems.

Thank you for your support

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Introduction 

In 2018, 800 million people worldwide lack access to electricity. Renewable energy is a fundamental component for sustainable cities as well as self-sufficient projects. We want to provide new and innovative ways for communities to access clean energy for their rural projects across Africa, which suffer from either no power access or extensive load shedding.

Report 

Donations to this project will help our research and development of new initiatives we are involved with and once ready help us to trial and launch across townships. We aim to help decrease the costs of these systems so they become accessible by communities that struggle financially. We are very close to an exciting solution and now need to fundraise to launch. Just $10 will provide the resources for a connector for a solar panel.

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Action Change (Formerly GVI Trust)

Location: London - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Tyrone Bennett
London, London United Kingdom
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