UNICEF says solar is powering vaccine refrigerators in Haiti, and health officials there are optimistic that the technology will succeed with refinements.
Two tiny prefab designs for rapid assembly at low cost anywhere in the world are in production.
With solar power, a big new hospital in Haiti will be less vulnerable to the power failures that plague the nation.
A group called Konbit Shelter is trying to help the painfully slow rebuilding process in Haiti with low-cost, seismically strong “superadobe” building techniques.
Worldwatch Institute reports on how in Haiti and Rwanda recent stories of progress and achievement reveal how renewables are powering national development.
A Pittsburgh company partners with the Haitian government to pick up trash and turn it into power in the Port au Prince area.
In today gallery we look at cleantech solutions being used in developing parts of the world, and how clean energy is transforming lives and communities.
NRG’s $1 million pledge for solar installations in Haiti, through the Clinton Global Initiative, is paying off with projects now coming online.
The Solar Electric Light Fund installs 29-kilowatts of PV at Thomonde Hospital in Haiti, helping improve medical services provided to the community.
Electricity is needed to develop Haiti’s industry, and cast away the darkness of moonless nights – and cheaper and cleaner energy options can help do that.
Solar lights installed by SELF in Haiti are making a huge difference in security and safety in the sprawling camps of people displaced by the January 2010 earthquake.