Through Footprint Project, NUE energy units are powering lights, charging electronics, and powering refrigeration following Hurricane Ida.
New Use Energy (NUE) and their core partner Footprint Project (FP), a 501(C)(3) non-profit, have been working nonstop over this past week to bring as many solar-powered generators to the New Orleans area as possible.
Let’s face it, power outages are inconvenient. But for many people, losing power is more than a simple inconvenience. For millions of people, having power means sustaining life. Now more than ever people are dependent on power for life-sustaining medical devices, communications and more. What do they do when the power goes out? How can […]
While NUE is a young company, our work in disaster relief and recovery operations goes back to at least 2018. At that time, one of our founders, Will Heegaard, responded to the call after Hurricane Maria. In 2020, we deployed our portable solar generator equipment in Paradise and the City of American Canyon during the […]
Through NUE equipment donations of solar solutions, Footprint Project has been able to provide solar generators to power communications equipment and refrigeration for first responders, partner relief organizations, and community mutual aid groups.