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For several years now, the sale of solar home systems in developing countries has been booming through pay-as-you-go technology (PAYG). This supports...

Solar pumps are transforming the agricultural landscape throughout the developing world. The availability of energy throughout the year, as well as...

Owen Grafham speaks to Gitika Bhardwaj about why providing universal energy access to refugees is crucial to improving their livelihoods and that of...

03.08.2018 , Jackson Thomas, University of Canberra; Gregory Peterson, University of Tasmania; Mark Naunton, University of Canberra; Sam Kosari, University of Canberra, and Yap Boum, Mbarara University of Science and Technology

Cracking the cold chain challenge is key to making vaccines ubiquitous

Over the years vaccines have prevented countless cases of disease and saved millions of lives. Infectious diseases like polio, measles, diphtheria,...

Access to clean energy enables people to cope better with climate change - a root cause of insecurity in the region

30.05.2018 , Sun-Connect News

NEW! Sun-Connect East Africa News

East Africa is one of the strongest markets for decentralized energy solutions. In Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania not only are numerous of the...
The Toolbox on Solar Powered Irrigation Systems (SPIS) is designed to enable advisors, service providers and practitioners in the field of solar...
As Nepal commemorates the third anniversary of the two devastating earthquakes, our country still struggles to bounce back. While there is much that...
“Is that Phil Collins?” I asked as I jumped into a shared matatu taxi to head out with my research team to Rubondo, part of Nakivale refugee...

25.04.2018 , Victor Raballa, Business Daily

Lake Victoria fishermen dump kerosene for solar light

For many years under the darkness of the night sky, thousands of small-scale fishermen set sail off various beaches of Lake Victoria, lit various...