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Renewable Energy Enterprises Foundation
Last updated on December 3, 2013

Break the cycle of poverty with renewable energy technologies like photovoltaic solar, wind generators and small hydro electric pumps.

To provide public service programs like hospitals, education centers, municipalities and village centers and families with renewable energy. These projects reduce dependence on expensive coal generated electricity and improve indoor and regional air quality while helping regions with a sustainable and reliable source of green energy to create a base for a robust economy.

Our mission is to offer on-site solar photovoltaic systems with wind generators to power communities out of poverty. REEF intends to educate public agencies through its LEADS program on the benefits of renewable energy, and develop curriculum to promote career development in the renewable energy industry. The result is fostering a sustainable renewable energy market, thereby attracting outside businesses to relocate to a region where renewable energy technology is backed by local, private and government support.

Founded in 2008 as a 501(c)3 public charity, REEF has been working to create relationships with other NGO's to widen its reach. Presently REEF is engaged in the Philippines bringing solar electric power to families living in extreme poverty under its Family First Program. Visit our program page for details:http://www.alleviatepovertynow.org/family-first.html

Contact people:
 Ralph Chesley, President, (phone), (email)
Rodney Delos Angeles, Board President, (phone), (email)

Main office number: (510) 917-3876

 3943 Vale Ave
Oakland, CA 94619
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Web Site: http://www.alleviatepovertynow.org

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