“The Hospital in Saint Louis Du Nord, Haiti is now running on nearly 100% clean, reliable energy. Solar panels were...
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What we strive for.
We firmly believe that access to electricity paves the way to better education, healthcare and economic development. It leads to a brighter future, life choices and opportunities that many people in Haiti still lack. When combined with the right tools, access to electricity broadens horizons and gives a chance to all to pursue their dreams and change their lives. HADPRE works effectively towards these common goals.
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Why did we choose Haiti?
Energy access in Haiti is scarce. Of the 10.8 million people in Haiti, only about 13.8% is connected to the national grid. Services are concentrated in Port-au-Prince, the capital and are often unreliable even there, with an average of 4 to 8 hours of electricity per day. For people living of the region, no electricity means that businesses cannot evolve; studying is restricted to day hours and that people are subject to the toxic effects of candles, charcoal and kerosene lamps.
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We envision a Haiti where people are able to change their lives through access to power.
Latest News & Articles:
HADPRE facilitated, through the support of Dr Else Kroener Fresenius Stiftung and Hilfswerk Austria International, the installation of a new...
Donation of Panels HADPRE received a donation of 1200 Suniva panels from ENGIE North America. These panels will serve to...
David Crane Visit We are truly excited by the visit of David W Crane, Christine Avots, Suzy McCarthy, Jason Kiwak, and...
Solar Panel Arrival in Mole St Nicolas The panels from ENGIE North America have arrived to Haiti! These panels will...
New Presqu’ile Batteries After almost 3 years of usage, the batteries in Presqu’ile that provide electricity to approximately 50 households are exhausted and...