We are always happy when the work that we do at GWHN has a positive effect on someone’s life, especially our kids. After all, they are our future and will someday lead the fight to bring universal use of green technologies and help eradicate deadly diseases such as Malaria.
Jackson Boyd is one such kid. Jackson recently completed a science project and gave a presentation on solar power. He met with GWHN Executive Director, Peter Nardini, and obtained some solar cells and information on how to build solar panel for his experiments.
Jackson has a unique perspective on electricity as he grew up with solar power and all his neighbors have solar power in their off-grid community near Taos, New Mexico. Check out Jackson’s presentation here. We think that Jackson has a bright future. (pun intended!)