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07.01.2019 , Malabo Montpellier Panel

Water-Wise: Smart Irrigation Strategies for Africa

Africa is seeing a surge of interest in irrigation among small-scale farmers as climate change brings more erratic weather. Currently, only 6 percent...

Carbon-emitting fossil fuels can be used as a weapon, hijacked by militants or sold on the black market, creating costs that humanitarian groups can...

07.12.2018 , Sanjoy Sanyal and Esther Kahinga

How Distributed Solar Helps Pregnant Women in Rural Kenya

Our blog series, Humans of Clean Energy, focuses on clean energy pioneers in the developing world and the customers they serve. The series is as part...

Lack of access to sustainable energy is one of the most pervasively debilitating aspects of poverty holding back development in rural Africa....
Cameroon - Wood fuel, used either directly as firewood or transformed into charcoal, is the main source of energy for cooking for over 60 percent of...
Today the Energy Globe with its 182 participating countries is the most significant environmental award worldwide, which has also been confirmed...
Despite the rush to supply Africa with electricity, consumers and small rural businesses are being left behind in their ability to use electricity. A...
When we talk about India, we know there are two; the urban, shining India and the rural mostly backward India. When it comes to basic continuous...
When Theresa Walgraeve and her husband set up their 15-room resort in Puerto Princesa, a city on the Philippine island of Palawan, they worried about...

Leapfrog from no energy access to a solar powered TV is starting to take hold with the support of new energy solutions, banking systems and...