Power for Good

The British are famed for their obsession with talking about the weather and this is, apparently, because we have ‘so much of it’. Over the last week or so, however, it has not just been the British that have been on the receiving end of harsh climatic conditions.

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Happy New Year from all at Freeplay Energy. We wish you happiness and success in all you do.

For Freeplay, our focus over the next few months will firmly on raising awareness of how our product range, especially those we have recently released - the Encore Player radio/MP3 player, Energy Centre and Indigo Plus lantern, can help change lives in off-grid communities around the world.

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While we prepare for year-end, and holiday for some, it’s time not only to reflect on the last 12 months, but also to look forward to a New Year with new challenges and new opportunities.

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The history of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is not a happy one. The central African state has seen more than its fair share of civil war, violence and poverty, as competing factions fight for control of the country’s considerable mineral resources. And that strife continues today, with the recent taking by M23 rebels of Goma, the provincial capital of North Kivu, and the subsequent emptying of its central bank, being matched by reports of rape and looting by Congolese government troops.

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As Freeplay is committed to helping to build a better, more secure future for the 1.5 billion people around the world who live without access to a regular power supply, much of our time and energy is spent looking forward, finding new ways to deliver our products into the hands of those who need them most and looking at how our latest technologies can be further improved.

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Back in 1987, the Brundtland Report was published by the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development. It described sustainable development as, "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" and, 25 years later, this vision is underpinning a subtle shift in the way many businesses view their engagement with current and future generations.

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