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

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.


Since 2015, GivePower has provided and installed solar power to a number of schools in Haiti that previously had no electricity. 

El Islote, Nicaragua 

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