SunFarmer: Powering Nepal’s Recovery

5 May 2015

On April 25, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal. Most rural health clinics were completely destroyed, and emergency teams are currently working out of makeshift structures without electricity; there is no power available to charge cell phones, let alone to treat patients.

In the aftermath, SunFarmer, a non-profit that has been focused on solar installations in Nepal for the last two years, is stepping up to the effort and providing electrical and solar water purification systems to hospitals,  health clinics, and shelters.

SunFarmer needs your help to power Nepal’s recovery.  Donate to their Earthquake Relief Fund today.

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This cause is important to the Sol Systems team. Joe Song, Senior Director, is on the advisory board of SunFarmer, where he advises on the technical specifications of the non-profit’s solar installations. In 2013, Mr. Song visited Nepal with SunFarmer to vet solar installer partners and developers, recruit team members, investigate the local solar market, and visit hospitals. SunFarmer is a beneficiary of Sol Systems’ Giving that Matters program.

For more information on SunFarmer, visit


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Sara Rafalson

Sara Rafalson