Solar Power in Peru

  •  October 25, 2022
  • By: Christine Kerr
Solar Power in Peru

For many families living in poverty, access to a power supply is often limited. Because of this, families spend much of their hard-earned resources on inefficient and dangerous alternatives like candles, kerosene and batteries. Additionally, significant inequality exists in access to electricity between rural and urban areas. Solar power has the potential to alleviate these massive expenses, reduce risk and keep families connected. With this gift, you will provide 20 families in rural Peru with electricity generation through solar panels, leading to improved quality of life and health and education outcomes.

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