Movie The Off-Grid Solution Project

There are about 1.1 billion people in the world living without electricity.

Without lighting...
and facing major issues around education, health, and security.

Panasonic donated 102,716 solar lanterns to 30 countries over the five years from 2013 to 2018.

As we reflect on our corporate philosophy of contributing to society through our business here in 2018, Panasonic’s 100th year in business, we are doing more than donating lights.
It’s the first step forward to start up our next initiative.

In addition to donating solar power / storage systems, Panasonic is helping to boost economies by using electricity and developing professionals through training in knowledge and skills.

This project covers three countries: Indonesia, Myanmar and Kenya.

In Indonesia, model development of local industries such as the processing of fish and agricultural products using electricity has begun in accordance with the needs and opinions of the local community.

In Myanmar, Panasonic has installed lights for studying that help raise the education continuance rate and street lights for safety.

In Kenya, Panasonic is improving livelihoods, such as produce cultivation and sale, while people are using electricity to power lights in night schools and literacy classes.

These, activities make life in villages off the grid more secure and safe, which we believe make communities independent and help them develop.

There are about 1.1 billion people in the world living without electricity.

Without lighting...
and facing major issues around education, health, and security.​

Panasonic donated 102,716 solar lanterns to 30 countries over the five years from 2013 to 2018.

As we reflect on our corporate philosophy of contributing to society through our business here in 2018, Panasonic’s 100th year in business, we are doing more than donating lights.
It’s the first step forward to start up our next initiative.

In addition to donating solar power / storage systems, Panasonic is helping to boost economies by using electricity and developing professionals through training in knowledge and skills.

This project covers three countries: Indonesia, Myanmar and Kenya.

In Indonesia, model development of local industries such as the processing of fish and agricultural products using electricity has begun in accordance with the needs and opinions of the local community.

In Myanmar, Panasonic has installed lights for studying that help raise the education continuance rate and street lights for safety.

In Kenya, Panasonic is improving livelihoods, such as produce cultivation and sale, while people are using electricity to power lights in night schools and literacy classes.

These, activities make life in villages off the grid more secure and safe, which we believe make communities independent and help them develop.