100 THOUSAND SOLAR LANTERNS PROJECT
Vol 12

Sunshine to Their Hearts

Apr 15, 2014

It is said that there are 1.32 billion people in the world that don't have electricity to the world. Taking a pledge to make sure that number decreases is not an easy task to tackle but Panasonic has taken a step to decrease that number through its 100 Thousand Solar Lantern Project.

Three employees from Panasonic embark on a journey to see how the solar lanterns are being used to provide education, medical care, and support so that people may become more independent. Ultimately, they hope that even a small light can shine brightly to their hearts.

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