Tourism for All – Lighting Up a Eco-Resort

Tourism for All – Lighting Up a Eco-Resort

Renew partnered with CENFP-Tibar, our local technical partner in Timor Leste, to deliver the installation of a solar system in remote eco-lodge.  The project was funded by USAID’s Tourism for All project in Timor Leste. 

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Give the Gift of Light to Timor-Leste

Give the Gift of Light to Timor-Leste

Your tax-deductible donation will help us to install and maintain solar lighting systems in rural Timor-Leste, creating a renewable solution for families and communities to light the way out of energy poverty.

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Light up a whole school

Light up a whole school

With $3,000, we’ll have enough supplies and labour to light up an entire school.

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Light up a small village

Light up a small village

With $5,000, we'll have enough supplies and labour to light up an entire village. 

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Vote for solar for Timor

Vote for solar for Timor

Renew has been shortlisted for a $20,000 Australian Ethical Community Grant for our work in Timor Leste. Vote to help us get over the line!

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Making kerosene history Pay-As-You-Go solar energy

Making kerosene history Pay-As-You-Go solar energy

While the western world takes electricity access for granted, a large part of the world has no such luxuries. But that is changing. Renew’s Harry Andrews explains.

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Preparing for more solar in Timor-Leste

Preparing for more solar in Timor-Leste

Renew is planning for more solar-powered lighting in remote villages in Timor-Leste without access to electricity.

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Some guys and a shed: In at the beginning of the ATA

Some guys and a shed: In at the beginning of the ATA

One of Renew's founders, Mick Harris —still active as a technical expert—talks about the early days of the ATA and his own life in sustainability advocacy.

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Preparing for more solar in Timor Leste

Preparing for more solar in Timor Leste

Harry Andrews, Renew’s international projects manager, recently spent three weeks visiting project partners, inspecting past projects, planning for the future and preparing for the installation of 100 household solar systems in coming months.

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