The energy coming from the sun and hitting the earth represents ten thousand times the energy consumption of mankind. Sun energy represents hence a huge potential. But, currently, 1,3 billion people still do not have access to electricity : there is hence a huge energy need to satisfy.
Solar Solidarity International promotes a fair and sustainable development by creating momentum to bridge the gap between the huge potential of renewable energies and the enormous energy need of mankind.
Solar Solidarity is an AISBL (Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif) aiming to :
raise awareness of the potential of renewable sources of energy (and in particular the potential  of the sun) for mankind and for the environment,
raise funds to support projects using renewable technology in particular solar photovoltaic technology  to provide energy to the developing world.
 Studies (for example : the study edited by Dr. Arnulf Jäger-Waldau from the Joint Research Center of the European Commission « European Roadmap for PV R&D ») show indeed that the electricity coming from the sun should provide more than 70 % of the energy consumption worldwide in 2100.
 Photovoltaic technology enables converting sun energy into electricity.