To continue with the successful idea – 1L of sunlight at Brazil and The Philiphines, the ‘The Sun in a Bottle’ project was deployed and held by Viet Nam, with the goal of bringing in a ‘green’ solution of electricity to families with low incomes.

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The book auction project began and approximately donated 15 million VND into project ‘The Sun in a Bottle’. This amount of money allowed us to asemble 20 bottles for 17 houses throughout Ho Chi Minh city.

The sunlight was shared evenly throughout the house as it was attached to the ceiling. This was sustainable, cheap and has the equivalence to a 50-60watts lightbulb.


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This project had deployed successfully in Districts 4, 7, Thu Duc  and Binh Thanh during Earth Hour.

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