Having no access to electricity, 1.32 billion people worldwide face health and economic difficulties.
Panasonic commits to be part of the solutions: Our goal is to give 100,000 solar lanterns to off-grid communities by 2018, the year of our 100th anniversary.
100 THOUSAND SOLAR LANTERNS PROJECT
Photo Report: Donation to Sumba Island, Indonesia
Cut Out the Darkness: Movie Report－Donation to Sumba
Lights across Indonesia: A Report on Lantern Donations to Villages on Sumba Island
Photo Report: Lanterns at the Weaving Training Center in Cambodia
"Cut Out the Darkness" Project Sends Solar Lanterns of Love
Photo Report: Lanterns in Myanmar's Medical Scene
New Solar Lanterns Donated in Myanmar and Cambodia
Photo Report: Use in Temple Schools in Myanmar
The Potential of the Solar Lantern: Interview with Mr. Nishigori of the UNDP
Developers Talk: Meeting People's Needs with the New Solar Lantern
Compact Solar Lights Save Lives in Surgery Blackout, Myanmar