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Let There Be Light! Inventor Alice Chun and Dr. Alison Thompson Bring Solight's SolarPuff to the World

Gregory Weinkauf | Posted 07.14.2016 | Impact
Gregory Weinkauf

In a world with more than a billion and a half people lacking electricity and clean, sustainable lighting - including many struggling with poverty, refugee status, and natural disasters - Solight Design's mission is to bring light to those struggling in darkness.

Impact Investor Global Partnerships Invests in Solar to Connect the Poor With Light

Lorainne Lopez Lannon | Posted 03.30.2015 | Impact
Lorainne Lopez Lannon

To this day, an estimated 1.3 billion people do not have access to electricity. That is over a billion people who struggle to refrigerate their food and medicine, study at night to further their education, or charge their mobile phones.

5 Reasons Why We Should Kill Off Kerosene Lamps for Good

Andrew Webb | Posted 11.23.2014 | Impact
Andrew Webb

Ultimately, kerosene lamps are not wanted, and not needed. These two families are just two of over one million customers we have served who have told us about the dignity that comes with ditching kerosene

Nokero Solar Light Bulbs Are Illuminating a Brighter Tomorrow

Anne Goddard | Posted 01.09.2013 | Impact
Anne Goddard

For the world's poorest people, light is as much a currency as arable land and clean water, and often just as difficult to come by. But there is a new light at the end of the tunnel.

PHOTOS: Why Exterior Solar Lighting Is Totally Worth It

Stylelist Home/The Huffington Post | Kaitlyn Davis | Posted 10.11.2012 | HuffPost Home

Photo by Solar Light Store As the days grow noticeably shorter we're turning our attention to outdoor lighting. And we're not talking about hard-to...

Help Send 120,000 Solar Lights to Health Teams in Haiti

Anne Dilenschneider | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Anne Dilenschneider

Two of the most highly regarded health care nonprofits in Haiti are making an urgent plea for 120,000 lights to assist them in giving medical attention to those dispersed in the rural areas.

Help Light Haiti

Anne Dilenschneider | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Anne Dilenschneider

Even before the earthquake, 85% of Haitians did not have electricity. Now the situation is even worse. For $10, you can empower a group of 10 people in Haiti for 10 years by providing a solar-powered light.