SE Asia


After learning about our work in Nicaragua, indigenous leaders in Mindanao, the Philippines and Sabah, Malaysia invited us to share our experiences, initiating long-time partnerships in those countries which positioned us to expand our work into Myanmar and Indonesia.

Our focus in the region is on rural electrification projects. We work with partners both to build community-scale micro-utilities and to affect governmental energy planning. This advocacy helps to ensure that remote communities have access to clean energy aligned with their values, land protections and aspirations. In addition, our holistic approach in the region includes innovating new micro-grid technology and integrating watershed conservation into projects.



Mutual Aid in Myanmar: Solar Power For Emergency Response

In mutual aid systems, people work together to meet the needs of their community. This is different from a charity, which features a one-way relationship between an organization and recipients, ...
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The Road to Renewable Energy in Sabah, Malaysia

“Efforts to accelerate the growth of the country’s green economy, enhancement of energy sustainability and transformation of the water sector should remain at the core of the country’s socio-economic development.”- ...
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