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Efficiency and reduced costs versus privacy risks in developing countries

It is a humid monsoon afternoon, and Dr. Ann Miriam and Dr. Vijay Anand Ismavel are worried as they check their diesel stocks. It is the fifth day...

07.11.2019 , Steven Gorelick

Thinking Outside the Grid

Thirty years ago, a friend of mine published a book called 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Save The Earth.  It described the huge environmental...

Energy consumption, in all its many forms, enables everything from how we live, eat and move, to how we work and communicate. Greater energy use is...

With energy storage expected to double this year and triple in 2020, researchers are working to boost lead battery performance for its use in...

04.11.2019 , Sahil Khanna, Partnerships Business leader for Asia at Greenlight Planet

Financial inclusion increasingly enables 'energy inclusion' in rural India

Microfinance institutions (MFIs) serve nearly 3.2% of India’s population, enabling unbanked and underbanked individuals to access micro-loans for...

We watched our parents, grandparents, and those before them work tirelessly, they toiled in the rural farms only for a huge chunk of their fresh...

Sometimes good ideas take off right away. Nobody buys suitcases without wheels these days.

Other great ideas, however inevitable, need more time....

The Green Climate Fund, one of the main sources of finance for developing nations to tackle climate change, is hoping wealthy countries will pledge...

From ex-prostitutes making jewellery out of bullet casing to drones delivering blood, rising numbers of businesses with a mission to help address...