Recent news from Texas informs us that the people living in Lubbock's Tent City will soon be provided with access to electricity, all thanks to several solar panels which are to be installed in this area by Texas Tech's Rawls College of Business.
explains that this particular tent city is made up of roughly 30 tents, and that the people in charge of this green-oriented project believe that 15 solar panels will be quite suited to meet their electricity demands.
Thus, each tent will get to have one LED light, which will allow its residents to go on studying or working even after nightfall.
“You’ll never get out of financial poverty if you don’t get out of energy poverty first,” professor Terry McInturff from said educational facility explained.
Apparently, the people in Lubbock's Tent City agreed to actively take part in the installation of these solar panels.