06 Jun '12, 10am

Solar PV the Keystone as JHA Brings Clean Energy, Light, Water, Food, Education and Jobs to Africans

Solar PV the Keystone as JHA Brings Clean Energy, Light, Water, Food, Education and Jobs to Africans

Looking ahead, JHA intends to bring solar PV power to another 250,000 Africans in coming years. “We couldn’t be more proud to reach this exciting milestone,” Ya’ari continued, “but for us, it’s not about reaching a big number. It’s about the people and the stories behind the quarter million: the mother who can bring home clean water to her family for the first time, the child who won’t get polio or tuberculosis because she received a vaccine stored in our solar powered refrigerators. These individuals are the reason that we’re already preparing to work towards the next quarter million.”

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/06/06/solar-pv-the-keystone...

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