It has been a little over two weeks since the earthquake in Nepal, but the recovery effort is far from over. The death toll has climbed to 8,413 in the Himalayan nation alone,
and many people are still without homes and unable to contact their loved ones.
Photo: Dr. Jon Kedrowski
As announced previously and to contribute to the ongoing relief effort, we are donating 100 solar power packs to help power the Nepalese people as they work towards rebuilding their homes. Each power pack will contain a portable battery pack and Kickr IV
, a durable solar panel that collects power directly from the sun. The Kickr IV
charges USB-enabled devices at the same rate as a wall outlet and does not require electricy to do so.
Kickr IVs, ready to be included.
A few members of the EnerPlex team pitching in to help assemble the solar power packs.
100 completed solar power packs, ready to help charge the Nepalese people!
These solar power packs will be given to the dZi foundation
, an organization that has assisted Nepalese communities long before the earthquake. Their primary focus is to provide long-term support to villages in Nepal and bring about changes that last.
In addition to these solar power packs, we will continue to donate 25% of all of our sales on www.goenerplex.com
toward the relief efforts. If you would like to contribute toward the relief efforts, you could take a look at this list of ways to help