Now Playing: Ashden Awards: ToughStuff (UK&Africa), solar kits
ADDED: 9/28/2011 at 6:23 AM
ToughStuff is manufacturing and marketing a range of low-cost and robust solar products to off-grid communities across Africa, bringing the benefits of light, mobile phone charging and radio to poor households. So far 140,000 PV modules have been sold, benefitting around 740,000 people. The company also works with humanitarian relief agencies to bring solar lighting to people living in disaster zones in Haiti and Pakistan. http://www.ashdenawards.org/winners/toughstuff11
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