The Filibaba energy kiosk was commissioned on September 19, 2015. It
uses 1.8 kW of solar panels to provide local AC electricity primarily used
for mobile phone charging and powering a refrigerator. Two nearby
houses and a local church are connected to the kiosk. A major revenue
source is the sale of personal solar home kits, which individual community
members use for micro-businesses such as phone charging.