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Published in: getsolar.com Solar’s Role in Rebuilding HaitiPosted by Margaret Collins in Wednesday, January 20th 2010 under: International Solar Tags: Haiti The catastrophic earthquake that has all but leveled Haitian capital Port-au-Prince,...

Published in: GetSolar.com by Margaret Collins The catastrophic earthquake that has all but leveled Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, left tens of thousands dead or missing, and crippled the country’s infrastructure certainly didn’t spare...

Published in: MSNBC by Alan Boyle The Haitian Project A volunteer washes the dust from last week's earthquake in Haiti off a solar array at Louverture Cleary School, north of Port-au-Prince, to maximize...

WorldWater Solar has directed all of its efforts into providing safe drinking water to the the survivors of this tragedy. This is a huge undertaking and using our cutting edge technology...

One of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, Haiti in recent years has struggled with problems ranging from near-constant political upheaval, health crises, severe environmental degradation and...

Published in: www.energymatters.com With ocean levels rising and potable water becoming increasingly scarce; water purification systems are gaining increasing attention....

DARFUR, SUDAN- Humanitarian International Services Group (HISG) and World Water and Solar Technologies, Inc., have worked together to install two high-volume Mobile Max Pure® water filters in the war-torn region...

Published in: www.defense.gov By Pvt. Jared N. Gehmann (Army Pvt. Jared N. Gehmann serves in Multinational Division Baghdad with the 82nd Airborne Division’s 3rd Brigade Combat Team public affairs office.) BAGHDAD, Sept....