Welcome To Think Renewables
We are encouraged how the combination of advancing technologies, communication infrastructure, and the exponential growth of free educational information is creating many new opportunities to improve the lives of people in developing countries. This seems especially apparent in low-level conflict or post conflict areas where people often can get access to low-cost mobile technologies and free educational information that was previously unavailable to them.
To help people and other organizations benefit from these opportunities, we have developed a range of low-cost products and services that can be used on their own or be combined with other socially beneficial technologies such as solar-powered micro-grid systems. For example, we offer three different Knowledge Delivery Systems that can each serve free educational information from their built in eLibraries to a range of end-user devices (e.g. laptops and smart phones) that are connected to them via WiFi or ethernet. These systems can provide unlimited access to this educational information without using the Internet so no related service charges will apply.
The most advanced of our knowledge delivery systems is our Conferencing eStation, which enables a more reliable way to communicate, even when power and Internet service are intermittent. Along with serving free educational information from its self-contained eLibrary to other devices, it facilitates video and data sharing conferencing. All of these models can be supplied with an appropriate solar power kit when requested.
When profits are generated, we donate them to our partner organization CharityHelp International to support its humanitarian activities, including the work of CharityHelp’s partner organization in Afghanistan, the Afghan Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO).
We hope you find our products and services to be good examples of how individuals and organizations can benefit from the many opportunities created through a combination of advancing technologies, communication infrastructure and exponential growth of free educational information – and invite you to try them out for yourself.
Paul Stevers, P.Eng.
Founder and President
Think Renewables Group.
Example Artwork produced by AFCECO Students
To puchase artwork produced by AFCECO students, see Link.