Tennessee Renewable Energy & Economic Development Council (TREEDC) is a statewide network of 101 city and county mayors and businesses working together to create a path to fast-track renewables in Tennessee.
To promote and connect renewable energy with economic development and energy efficiency for all Tennessee communities.
TREEDC and TSEP are now committed to bring Renewable Energy to the Philippines and will partner in various projects throughout the country.
The partnership will include both commercial and LGU projects.
The partnership will also act as an advisor to Universities, NGOs and others for their renewable energy requirements. The new partnership will bring in much needed expertise and funding to the Philippines for their various projects
Thrive Solar Energy Philippines Inc. started 2019 continuing their social enterprise program with the Mangyan Community in Oriental Mindoro, encouraging the reading program for school children.
Fil-Am community of Richmond, Virginia in partnership with Thrive Solar Energy Philippines, Inc. donated solar lanterns for two projects.
The donations were made to Jeepney of Hope (mobile library) in Mindoro & Dagdag Dunong Reading Center Manila through Professor Anna Marie Bacudio, project leader for both NGOs.
The end beneficiaries were Jose Odasco National High School and Sta Cruz Elementary School, both located in Baco, Oriental Mindoro, to the children of the Mangyan community. Adong Mangyan School is the next beneficiary.
Last July 14, the team of Thrive Solar Energy Philippines along with DepEd took a trip to the relatively remote schools of San Ysro Elementary and Libis Elementary in Antopolo, Rizal. Located in the lush mountains of Antipolo in Rizal, the schools can only be reached from Manila after crossing several rivers and a series of rough roads. Thrive donated solar lamps to these schools’ students so that they would be able to further their studies without the worry of an unreliable power grid. This was part of an outreach program that partners DepEd and Thrive Solar Energy, the goal being to give lights to children in need, kids who often are left to rely on non-electric lighting.
Solar Lamps – Towards Enhanced Learning
At the event, Usec Mario Deriquito impart a valueble message to the students and later on introduced TSEP as the Key Partners of the programs followed by a meaningful message from Rumy Mohta, TSEP main principal. Rumy imparted the value of how TSEP lights can help in enhancing the kids learning process with the use and access to lights since most of them were of off-grid in their household. Not only for their studies, these solar lamps would also be useful in their everyday chores and activities.
At Thrive Solar Energy Philippines, we believe it is our responsibility to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves. As such, we plan to partner with DepEd and other organizations in the future on projects similar to this most recent example.
Thrive Solar Energy Philippines, is a social enterprise providing solar solutions starting from bottom of the pyramid consumers. We are a leading manufacturer of LED based lighting products, solar lamps, solar lanterns, solar power packs, street lights, and solar pumps.
Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.