Sisters in Kenya go Solar

Posted by Ava Culver

September 8, 2023

In line with the Congregational push for renewable energy and to combat climate change Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in Kenya installed solar energy on their residence. Their residence is entirely on solar power now. These solar panels allow for the use of clean energy with no carbon emissions. This will also relieve them from the inconvenience of frequent power cuts. Which in return helps the Sisters help resist climate change and drive for renewable energy. The Sisters are very grateful for funding of this project.

4 Comments

  1. Carolyn Cromer

    What a great project! Thank you for helping us move towards our goal of zero carbon emissions.

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  2. Elizabeth Field, SCNA

    Thanks for taking the initiative! God bless!

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  3. Brenda Gonzales, SCN

    Thank you for being a model for us all!

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  4. Rosemarie Kirwan

    This is wonderful news, especially to learn of it during this Season of Creation. Congratulations to all involved.

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