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The Rockefeller Foundation is financially supporting Kopernik to conduct a comprehensive survey of low-cost technology-based social impact measurement tools.
J.P. Morgan provides funding to Kopernik's Tech Kiosks through the 'Tools for Growth' initiative.
Japan Airlines supports Kopernik with flights, donations of frequent flyer miles and outreach to Japanese corporations to develop technologies serving the last mile.
ExxonMobil provides ongoing funding to support Kopernik operations and to empower women in Indonesia.
Daiwa Securities Group provides funding to support Kopernik's energy and water-related projects in Asia.
d.light is a for-profit social enterprise whose purpose is to create new freedoms for customers without access to reliable power so they can enjoy a brighter future. They design, manufacture and distribute solar light and power products throughout the developing world.
PT Holland for Water is an Indonesian company with a mission to provide safe drinking water to everybody everywhere, starting from Indonesia. They produce most affordable water filters on the market under the brand name Nazava Water Filters.
MPOWERD Inc. develops and manufactures transformative clean energy products to replace and eliminate the dangerous, costly and harmful ways people living and playing off-the-grid are forced to find energy.
One Degree Solar (ODS) is a technology company that designs and manufactures products to power the modern lifestyle.
Envirofit is a social enterprise developing well-engineered technology solutions with a primary emphasis on applications in the developing world. It’s the world leader in design, manufacture and distribution of clean efficient cookstoves.
F CUBED is an Australian owned, global company, dedicated to the conservation, production and processing of water through solar desalination & efficient water purification systems like solar water purifiers.
Greenlight Planet combines cutting-edge technology with innovative distribution networks to make solar-powered lamps for consumers who lack access to electricity.