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Third Wave Power and The GoodWater Company collaborate to bring portable solar power and lighting to rural communities
1st September 2015 – Third Wave Power Pte Ltd (TWP) and The GoodWater Company Pte Ltd (TGWC) have established a strategic partnership to bring solar power and lighting to people living in rural communities.
Under the Memorandum of Co-operation (MOC), both companies aim to achieve positive social and environmental impact by enabling local communities to gain access to sustainable energy solutions.
“Third Wave Power’s range of portable power solutions enable rural consumers to fulfill off-grid power needs like charging mobile phones and providing light for work and study. NGO professionals travelling to these rural areas can also rely on our solar chargers for their power needs. With GoodWater Company paving the way, we will be able to empower these communities faster and more effectively.” said VS Hariharan, CEO of Third Wave Power.
Sean Tan, CEO of The GoodWater Company added, “Both companies share the common belief that the lack of water and energy have led to many of today’s challenges in environmental and social issues. With Third Wave Power’s know-how in sustainable power solutions and The GoodWater Company’s deep understanding of the challenges and issues faced by these communities, we believe that our combined efforts will make a significant impact.
The GoodWater Company is an enterprise solutions integrator for social and environmental services and innovations. Established in January 2012, the company has built a strong global network of corporates, technological partners, non-governmental organisations, governmental agencies and academic institutions. The aim is to provide and help more private companies step up their engagements in social and environmental activities.