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Bosoley Solar Light Set to Bring Haiti Out of the Post-Earthquake Darkness
Date:3/23/2010

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  • Plug-and-play lighting kits for homes, camping activities, field hospitals, and emergency relief efforts.
  • User-friendly, maintenance-free, and multi-functional lights that can outfit communities for the long-term from Port au Prince to other affected cities.
  • Powerful stand alone solar powered floodlights to improve security wherever needed. These plug-and-play projectors can also be extremely useful for night patrols and off the grid areas.
  • Packages that contain prefabricated homes oufitted with solar powered lights for a reliable long-term housing solution. These homes are built to last and also available fully equipped.

  • Bosoley Solar Energy is a U.S.-based company founded by Haitians that has been dedicated to improving conditions in Haiti long before the earthquake. The company will re-invest 20% of the profits from all sales of its solar lights in an ongoing education program that will teach the Haitian people about the benefits of using solar lights over dangerous gas lanterns.

    Please visit us at www.bosoley.com for more information

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