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Sungevity helps Zambian children see the future.
Illuminate their world
Light is vital for a child's education. So for
every solar system we sell, we donate a solar
powered light/cell phone charger kit to
To brighten the future for children in rural areas
of Zambia, Africa, Sungevity has partnered with
Empowered by Light, a non-profit organization
with a mission to improve lives through
renewable energy technologies.
A humble goal
Our goal is to deliver 5,000 solar-powered LED
light/cell phone charger kits to rural Zambian
Safer with solar
The program focuses on remote rural regions
in Western Zambia where electricity is scarce.
Kerosene lamps, the primary source of lighting,
produce toxic vapors and pose a significant fire
The compact solar lighting kit contains a triple
LED lamp, a solar panel and a built-in USB
connection to charge mobile devices. The kits
can also be charged with electricity.
Lighting the way
Discover how our partner, Empowered By
Light, works to brighten the lives of Zambian
children who live off the grid.
Non-profits get their
day in the sun
For every Sungevity customer a non-profit organization sends our way, we'll donate $750 to their cause AND give the customer a $750 gift card … so everyone shines.
See our list of non-profits (or enroll a new one)
“This partnership has made it possible for The Wilderness Society to offer our members a great way to go solar and help the environment. Plus, we raised more than $50,000 in a just a few months!”
– Amanda Eisen
The Wilderness Society
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It’s Solarthon time again! | Sungevity | Mon, Sep 8 8:17 AM
This weekend Sungevity participated in GRID Alternative’s Bay Area Solarthon, an annual event raising money and manpower to install solar PV panels on the homes of local families in need. This year, Solarthon brought solar to eight Habitat for Humanity homes in the Oceanview neighborhood of San Francisco. Sungevity’s employee team raised over $6,600 and joined dozens of other volunteers to put panels to rooftops. See ‘em in action!
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