Power to the People: Eagle Energy Bringing Light to Navajo Sheep Camps
Eagle Energy and our work with Forgotten People was featured in this recent front
Colorado Lights the Earth: Elephant Energy’s 5 Year Anniversary Celebration
Thursday, April 25, from 6-9pm at GreenSpaces Denver (1368 26th Street and Walnut).
Restoring Human Dignity - Gallup Independent article
The Gallup Independent featured Eagle Energy and their work with Forgotten People on
Eagle Energy’s Melton Martinez hopes for a brighter future
Eagle Energy's Melton Martinez is featured in this Gallup Independent article from
Namibia Switching the Lights On
Learn about the work Elephant Energy has been doing to make solar energy more
Solar Systems for Navajo Elders
In January,Eagle Energy installed solar systems in the homes of Navajo elders with
Katie Murphy named Executive Director
Elephant Energy announces Katie Murphy as our new Executive Director. From establishing
Doug Vilsack named one of nine Up and Coming Lawyers
Elephant Energy's founder Doug Vilsack was named one of nine Up and Coming Lawyers
DU and CU Lights the Night
DU and CU Lights the Night Fundraisers in late 2012 were a time for our supporters to
Read About Elephant Energy’s Work
Read about Elephant Energy's work in the Namibian Newspaper, Informante.
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