THE LIVES OF THE ONES THAT NEED IT THE MOST
Energy for Refugees (EfR) is a foundation with the purpose of using sustainable energy technologies to improve the living conditions of the people stranded in refugee camps.
We aim to reduce the dependency on public parties and make the camps more autonomous while engaging the camp residents in helping setup the systems, that they will later be maintaining themselves.
This endeavour helps to also reduce CO2 emissions by reducing their dependancy on diesel generators.
in 2 years
solar power added
A picture is worth a 1000 words
In the past two years we have worked on two different projects in the Moria camp in Greece. If you have supported us in the past or just want to take a look at the work we have done so far, click on the link below.
Every year we plan a project and execute it during the summer period. This year we have two projects planned. Follow the link below to know what we're up to this year!
Get to Know Us
EfR is run by TU Delft students who put their engineering skills to use for people in vulnerable conditions in refugee camps.
The team consists of students from a variety of backgrounds and cultures.
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