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“Share The Light” Partnership

"Share The Light" Partnership

04/26/2017 One Million Lights and Renew TC Announce “Share the Light” partnership to provide turnkey programs to end Energy Poverty and serve people without access to clean light and energy. “One Million Lights founder, Anna Sidana, is a well-respected and passionate thought leader within the energy poverty community,” said Gene Palusky, Renew TC’s founder and [Read more…]


Nepal Relief

Nepal Relief

April 26, 2015 One Million Lights and Gham Power are working together, putting solar microgrids in Nepal.  These projects have been in the works for many months with an install estimate of early June.  With the devastating earthquake that hit on April 25, Gham Power and its partners are doing everything they can to get [Read more…]


Reflections on Indonesia 2015

Reflections on Indonesia 2015

By: Sierra Fan, February 2015 This January, I took on the ambitious project of distributing 7000 solar lights in West Java, Indonesia with a team from OML and Energizer Indonesia. After 5 years with OML, and 2 years in Indonesia, I was familiar with the type of communities and distributions. However, this project gave me [Read more…]


South Africa

South Africa

In July and August 2014, One Million Lights and Energizer distributed  7,000 solar lights to children in the communities of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.  This project was our largest distribution to date and was the first one in South Africa for One Million Lights.   Meg’s Story:  Meg says, “To sum up the three and [Read more…]


South Africa Reflection

South Africa Reflection

A reflection on South Africa,  by: Megan Aubrey-Hughes                                                                                               [Read more…]


Energizer Night Race in Chicago Empowers Runners to Make a Positive Impact; Unique Global Race Series to Donate 14 Million Hours of Solar Light in 2014

Original Press Release CHICAGO, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — From Peru to the Philippines, Mexico to Montreal, Spain to South Africa, more than 220,000 runners have laced up their running shoes to help make a positive impact through the Energizer Night Race for a Brighter World. The power and light company is picking up the pace [Read more…]


Indonesia

Indonesia

  Personal Stories from Indonesia: Photo: Sierra Fan Reflections on Indonesia 2015 In January 2015,  Sierra Fan, a One Million Lights volunteer, traveled with One Million Lights and Energizer Indonesia to distribute 7,000 Energizer solar lights in West Java, Indonesia:  This January, I took on the ambitious project of distributing 7000 solar lights in West [Read more…]


Sekai’s Story

Sekai's Story

Indonesia, August 2013 Sekai’s story, by Sierra Fan “What are you drawing?” I ask the little girl sitting next to me, using the bamboo porch as a makeshift table. The OML and Energizer teams sit around in the brisk and humid Indonesian air with a few local families. It is only around 7:30pm, but the [Read more…]


Protected: Energizer 2013

Energizer 2013

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Iluminating Indonesia

Iluminating Indonesia

Original article here In August of 2013,  Nikki Freyermuth, a One Million Lights volunteer, traveled with One Million Lights, Energizer and Wahli to distribute 1,200 Energizer solar lanterns to 6 villages outside of Bekasi in Indonesia.  Below is her story. I step out of the car into a blanket of heat. I am wearing a [Read more…]


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Sierra‘s Reflections - Philippines
After a week-long distribution of 180 solar lights, Light Ambassador Sierra Fan reflects on her experience in the Philippines.

Distributing solar lights in rural India
The absolute joy in the face of a child who has just received his very own solar light… so that he can read at night… is 100% worth every penny.

Jessica‘s story - Olmoti Clinic, Tanzania
Ambassador Jessica Matthys: The solar lanterns will make a significant impact on these women‘s lives.