The Woman Who Turned Her High School Science Project Into A Global Solar Nonprofit

Eden Full Goh discovered the potential of solar power when she was just 10 years old. She had come across a book in the library that taught her how to build a small solar-powered car. Once she took the book home and built it, she was hooked. She wanted to see what else she could do with this incredible source of energy.

Solar energy’s Canadian bright lights: 3 entrepreneurs helping the developing world

Canadian entrepreneurs are helping bring solar power to a growing number of Africans living off the grid.
More than half a billion people in Africa don’t have access to electricity, according to Lighting Africa, a program run by the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation to improve access to energy. By 2030, that number is expected to reach about 700 million.

The need for light in those communities forces people to turn to cheap, dangerous sources like kerosene lamps and candles.

But some Canadians are stepping in to create affordable, clean energy alternatives:

Interview: SunSaluter

Felipe Perini interviewed Eden Full in December of 2014 to discuss how SunSaluter is doing. Where are you operating? We primarily have our HQ functioning out of Bangalore, India. Our …