Who are we?
Support Green Communities is a not for profit organization focused on providing Green Energy systems and employment for Communities in developing countries.
Our objective is simple, to make the lives of those in developing countries better, by providing environmentally sound solutions no matter what challenges are presented.
To provide sustainable eco living through greener cleaner power, water & education.
Leading projects in developing countries to provide skills and awareness on the benefits of Green Energy to the local communities.Our Partners
Give back to the communities to enhance quality of life
Donations of products and services will be matched to ongoing and/or planned community projects.
Profits from project engagement and consultancy work channeled into the needing communities to promote sustainable ongoing projects and further education..
Solar Battle of the Bands: Where Music, Solar, and Marketing Join in Harmony
This blog has always been about solar marketing and advocacy, and so it’s always fun to report on Solar Battle of the Bands, an annual Intersolar sold-out tradition that harmoniously incorporates both. Yes, there is a marketing aspect to this event, but let’s not be cynical here. If you’ve ever been to a Solar Battle of the Bands, you know the eve
Keeping Up with Energy Storage
Solar and energy storage are a match made in heaven and a new report from the Solar Electric Power Association, “Electric Utilities, Energy Storage, Solar: Trends in Technologies, Applications and Costs,” takes a deep dive into the energy storage sector. The report uses information from the Department of Energy’s Global Energy Storage Database to analyze 215 distributed generation energy storage projects developed by or in partnership with utilities.
How Opposite Energy Policies Turned The Fukushima Disaster Into A Loss For Japan And A Win For Germany
Japan thinks of itself as famously poor in energy, but this national identity rests on a semantic confusion. Japan is indeed poor in fossil fuels — but among all major industrial countries, it’s the richest in renewable energy like sun, wind, and geothermal. For example, Japan has nine times Germany’s renewable energy resources. Yet Japan makes about nine times less of its electricity from renewables (excluding hydropower) than Germany does.