In nearly every location, at every demographic level, people possess some form of cell phone in today’s globally connected world. Be it an iPhone or the simplest Nokia, the anxiety born of a fading battery has emerged as a common human experience. In Kenya people can't live without their mobiles, they use it to pay for most things and connect with the world. In the villages, lack of electricity means people can sometimes only charge their cell phone once a week when they go to town, and children have to stop studying when the sun goes down. We documented the use of solar power and the opportunities that come with just a bit of energy.