Gabriel and Megan are volunteers with a nonprofit called Receta Solar (Solar For Vital Relief Puerto Rico) working to bring long-term sustainable energy to vulnerable people in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Learn more about their work and how you can help the team of volunteers bring full scale solar...
Fuel distribution remains a critical challenge in Puerto Rico post Hurricane Maria. With many roads destroyed or obstructed with debris, fuel distribution to gas stations is limited. To help John and a team of volunteers build a large-scale community solar power charging station, click below.   [vc_btn title="DONATE NOW" shape="square"...
The U.S. Federal Government was slow and reluctant to send appropriate resources to aid the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. Before the storm, Puerto Rico’s archaic power plant was already in decline as well. One month after Maria, only 20% of the island has electrical power restored,...
It’s easy to take our cell phones and instant communication channels for granted. With only half of the cell phone towers restored on the island, though, one of the biggest challenges Puerto Ricans face after Hurricane Maria is the ability to communicate across distances. Whether that be to connect with...