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Friday, June 02, 2017

Let There Be .....A Liter of Light!



Light is a necessity wherever you go. In a community engulfed with pitch black darkness when night falls, having light changes everything. To provide light, you need to bring electrification to the communities. but how would you do it for poor remote rural areas?  Liter of Light is a global, grassroots movement committed to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity. Through a network of partnerships around the world, Liter of Light volunteers teach marginalized communities how to use recycled plastic bottles and locally sourced materials to illuminate their homes, businesses and streets. Liter of Light has installed more than 350,000 bottle lights in more than 15 countries including the Philippines and taught green skills to empower grassroots entrepreneurs at every stop. Liter of Light’s open source technology has been recognized by the UN and adopted for use in some UNHCR camps.   Liter of Light helps poor communities assemble their own lights. at first , they started with bottle daylights. It can provide illumination to  dark parts of the house by reflecting sunlight through the plastic bottles installed on the roof. The plastic bottle is filled with clean water and bleach to avoid it from developing molds and to keep the water clear. The sunlight is then reflected inside the house and brighten it. Without using electricity, it can lighten the house just like a 20-watt electric bulb can do.  A small solar panel is then added to the bottle. It stores energy throughout the daylight that can be utilized at night.  They do all of these using the parts that locally available in the community. the project started in the Philippines in 2012 and has now spread to  over 15 countries. The project has lit 850,000 homes and  still pushing on to their goal of 1million houses by 2018.   READ MORE:

Light is a necessity wherever you go. In a community engulfed with pitch black darkness when night falls, having light changes everything. To provide light, you need to bring electrification to the communities. but how would you do it for poor remote rural areas?

Liter of Light is a global, grassroots movement committed to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity. Through a network of partnerships around the world, Liter of Light volunteers teach marginalized communities how to use recycled plastic bottles and locally sourced materials to illuminate their homes, businesses and streets. Liter of Light has installed more than 350,000 bottle lights in more than 15 countries including the Philippines and taught green skills to empower grassroots entrepreneurs at every stop. Liter of Light’s open source technology has been recognized by the UN and adopted for use in some UNHCR camps.
Liter of Light helps poor communities assemble their own lights. at first , they started with bottle daylights. It can provide illumination to  dark parts of the house by reflecting sunlight through the plastic bottles installed on the roof. The plastic bottle is filled with clean water and bleach to avoid it from developing molds and to keep the water clear. The sunlight is then reflected inside the house and brighten it. Without using electricity, it can lighten the house just like a 20-watt electric bulb can do.
Light is a necessity wherever you go. In a community engulfed with pitch black darkness when night falls, having light changes everything. To provide light, you need to bring electrification to the communities. but how would you do it for poor remote rural areas?  Liter of Light is a global, grassroots movement committed to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity. Through a network of partnerships around the world, Liter of Light volunteers teach marginalized communities how to use recycled plastic bottles and locally sourced materials to illuminate their homes, businesses and streets. Liter of Light has installed more than 350,000 bottle lights in more than 15 countries including the Philippines and taught green skills to empower grassroots entrepreneurs at every stop. Liter of Light’s open source technology has been recognized by the UN and adopted for use in some UNHCR camps.   Liter of Light helps poor communities assemble their own lights. at first , they started with bottle daylights. It can provide illumination to  dark parts of the house by reflecting sunlight through the plastic bottles installed on the roof. The plastic bottle is filled with clean water and bleach to avoid it from developing molds and to keep the water clear. The sunlight is then reflected inside the house and brighten it. Without using electricity, it can lighten the house just like a 20-watt electric bulb can do.  A small solar panel is then added to the bottle. It stores energy throughout the daylight that can be utilized at night.  They do all of these using the parts that locally available in the community. the project started in the Philippines in 2012 and has now spread to  over 15 countries. The project has lit 850,000 homes and  still pushing on to their goal of 1million houses by 2018.   READ MORE:
A small solar panel is then added to the bottle. It stores energy throughout the daylight that can be utilized at night.
Light is a necessity wherever you go. In a community engulfed with pitch black darkness when night falls, having light changes everything. To provide light, you need to bring electrification to the communities. but how would you do it for poor remote rural areas?  Liter of Light is a global, grassroots movement committed to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity. Through a network of partnerships around the world, Liter of Light volunteers teach marginalized communities how to use recycled plastic bottles and locally sourced materials to illuminate their homes, businesses and streets. Liter of Light has installed more than 350,000 bottle lights in more than 15 countries including the Philippines and taught green skills to empower grassroots entrepreneurs at every stop. Liter of Light’s open source technology has been recognized by the UN and adopted for use in some UNHCR camps.   Liter of Light helps poor communities assemble their own lights. at first , they started with bottle daylights. It can provide illumination to  dark parts of the house by reflecting sunlight through the plastic bottles installed on the roof. The plastic bottle is filled with clean water and bleach to avoid it from developing molds and to keep the water clear. The sunlight is then reflected inside the house and brighten it. Without using electricity, it can lighten the house just like a 20-watt electric bulb can do.  A small solar panel is then added to the bottle. It stores energy throughout the daylight that can be utilized at night.  They do all of these using the parts that locally available in the community. the project started in the Philippines in 2012 and has now spread to  over 15 countries. The project has lit 850,000 homes and  still pushing on to their goal of 1million houses by 2018.   READ MORE:
They do all of these using the parts that locally available in the community. the project started in the Philippines in 2012 and has now spread to  over 15 countries. The project has lit 850,000 homes and  still pushing on to their goal of 1million houses by 2018.

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