Category: GBL News

Joe Hale brings light, hope, energy to African villages

Joe Hale brings light, hope, energy to African villages The Inquirer and Mirror, Nantucket, Mass., August 22, 2013 Used with permission – Copyright (C) 2013 – The Inquirer and Mirror By Parker Richards, I&M Staff The Global BrightLight Foundation has set a goal: To place 50,000 solar-powered lights in the hands of those without electric grid…

Half-Way to the Objective of 50,000 Solar Lanterns to be Provided Around the World

With more than 25,000 portable solar lanterns being distributed to off-grid households in Uganda, Rwanda, Nepal and Haiti, the Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (GSEP), in partnership with the Global BrightLight Foundation (GBF), is now half-way to its objective, thus reaching an important milestone. Read the Aug. 21, 2013 news release from our partner, the Global…

GBL and GSEP Join Forces to Light Up the Lives of 50,000 People

Solar-powered LED lanterns provide better, healthier light for working and learning, and for charging mobile devices in unelectrified regions Naples, Fla. — Global BrightLight Foundation (GBF) today announces its partnership with Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (GSEP) to work together to provide portable, solar-powered lanterns to 50,000 individuals and families in developing regions of the world…