OUR PROJECTS

Learn about the work we’ve done to power communities with solar energy across the globe.

La Gongave, Haiti



The 2nd GivePower Solar Water Farm opened in April 2020 in La Gonâve, Haiti. Community members are now visiting the site daily to bring clean water home to their families. We are so thankful to the GivePower operations team, who pushed through tough conditions created by political unrest and early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak to bring desperately-needed water to this densely populated community. In addition to fighting waterborne disease, this clean water source is critically needed for washing hands and fighting fevers.

Standing Rock, ND



In July, 2019, GivePower and Indigenized Energy celebrated the official launch of the Cannon Ball Community Solar Farm at the Standing Rock Reservation. Located just three miles from the Dakota Access Pipeline, the 300kW solar farm powers the Cannon Ball Sioux Nation Community Center and Veterans Memorial Building and provides additional energy savings that are put directly back into the community for youth services and education.

Ishotshimana, Colombia



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La Guajira, Colombia

Loanpal trek



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GivePower and The Green Program in Nepal



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La Guajira, Colombia

Loanpal trek



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Kiunga, Kenya



The people of Kiunga have been forced to drink, cook and bathe in contaminated, brackish water for years. In 2018, GivePower installed its first-ever solar water farm – a desalination system that can provide clean water to 35,000 every single day.

Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, Samburu, Kenya



In the heart of the conservancy is the Reteti Elephant Orphanage – a sanctuary for abandoned and orphaned elephants. Supporting the orphanage’s conservation efforts, GivePower installed solar power to help refrigerate food and medicine as well as provide critical communications for the rangers.

Puerto Rico


After hurricane Maria in 2017, Puerto Rico is still without full power. See how GivePower has helped restore emergency and medical services in San Juan and other areas hit hardest by the storm.

Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo 


In 2016, GivePower installed 3 micro-grids to restore critical, life-saving communications systems for the rangers, as well as power electric cooking – further reducing the need to cut down trees for use as charcoal.

Mahji Goan, Nepal 


As climate change reduces fishing opportunities in the remote village of Mahji Goan, GivePower has helped restore critical economic opportunities through solar energy.

Ciudad Perdida, Colombia


In May of 2019, GivePower made a historic trek to Ciudad Perdida (“The Lost City”), to be the first to install solar power on site. Ciudad Perdida is an architectural gem located in Northern Colombia. The power we provided will support a variety of critical archaeological and ranger efforts in protecting this sacred site

El Islote, Nicaragua 


Take a close look at our first microgrid installation trek from 2014, powering a school in El Islote, Nicaragua.

Bagara, Nepal


In November, 2019, Loanpal and its investment partner, CarVal Investors, took a trek with GivePower to Nepal. The trip was a true testament to the close partnership as well as the collective vision for investment in clean energy solutions. The group traveled to the village of Bagara – part of the picturesque Annapurna Circuit – to install an 18kW microgrid system that will support a village of 300 people including a school and a clinic.

OUR PROJECTS

Learn about the work we’ve done to power communities with solar energy across the globe.

La Gongave, Haiti


The 2nd GivePower Solar Water Farm opened in April 2020 in La Gonâve, Haiti. Community members are now visiting the site daily to bring clean water home to their families. We are so thankful to the GivePower operations team, who pushed through tough conditions created by political unrest and early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak to bring desperately-needed water to this densely populated community. In addition to fighting waterborne disease, this clean water source is critically needed for washing hands and fighting fevers.

Standing Rock, ND


In July, 2019, GivePower and Indigenized Energy celebrated the official launch of the Cannon Ball Community Solar Farm at the Standing Rock Reservation. Located just three miles from the Dakota Access Pipeline, the 300kW solar farm powers the Cannon Ball Sioux Nation Community Center and Veterans Memorial Building and provides additional energy savings that are put directly back into the community for youth services and education.

Ishotshimana, Colombia


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La Guajira, Colombia

Loanpal trek


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GivePower and The Green Program in Nepal


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Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, Samburu, Kenya


In the heart of the conservancy is the Reteti Elephant Orphanage – a sanctuary for abandoned and orphaned elephants. Supporting the orphanage’s conservation efforts, GivePower installed solar power to help refrigerate food and medicine as well as provide critical communications for the rangers.

Kiunga, Kenya


The people of Kiunga have been forced to drink, cook and bathe in contaminated, brackish water for years. In 2018, GivePower installed its first-ever solar water farm – a desalination system that can provide clean water to 35,000 every single day.

Puerto Rico


After hurricane Maria in 2017, Puerto Rico is still without full power. See how GivePower has helped restore emergency and medical services in San Juan and other areas hit hardest by the storm.

Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo 


In 2016, GivePower installed 3 micro-grids to restore critical, life-saving communications systems for the rangers, as well as power electric cooking – further reducing the need to cut down trees for use as charcoal.

Mahji Goan, Nepal 


As climate change reduces fishing opportunities in the remote village of Mahji Goan, GivePower has helped restore critical economic opportunities through solar energy.

Ciudad Perdida, Colombia


In May of 2019, GivePower made a historic trek to Ciudad Perdida (“The Lost City”), to be the first to install solar power on site. Ciudad Perdida is an architectural gem located in Northern Colombia. The power we provided will support a variety of critical archaeological and ranger efforts in protecting this sacred site.

El Islote, Nicaragua 


Take a close look at our first microgrid installation trek from 2014, powering a school in El Islote, Nicaragua.

La Congave, Haiti


The 2nd GivePower Solar Water Farm opened in April 2020 in La Gonâve, Haiti. Community members are now visiting the site daily to bring clean water home to their families. We are so thankful to the GivePower operations team, who pushed through tough conditions created by political unrest and early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak to bring desperately-needed water to this densely populated community. In addition to fighting waterborne disease, this clean water source is critically needed for washing hands and fighting fevers.

Standing Rock, ND


In July, 2019, GivePower and Indigenized Energy celebrated the official launch of the Cannon Ball Community Solar Farm at the Standing Rock Reservation. Located just three miles from the Dakota Access Pipeline, the 300kW solar farm powers the Cannon Ball Sioux Nation Community Center and Veterans Memorial Building and provides additional energy savings that are put directly back into the community for youth services and education.

Ishotshimana, Colombia


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La Guajira, Colombia

Loanpal trek


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GivePower and The Green Program in Nepal


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La Guajira, Colombia

Loanpal trek


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Kiunga, Kenya


GivePower installed its first-ever Solar Water Farm

Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, Samburu, Kenya


GivePower installed solar power to support the elephant orphanage’s conservation efforts.

Puerto Rico


GivePower helped restore emergency services.

Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo


GivePower installed solar power to support the elephant orphanage’s conservation efforts.

Mahji Goan, Nepal


A remote fishing village found new economic opportunity with support from GivePower

Ciudad Perdida, Colombia


GivePower made a historic trek to Ciudad Perdida (“The Lost City”), to be the first to install solar power on site.

El Islote, Nicaragua


Our first microgrid trek to power a school