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22.03.2017 , On the occasion of World Water Day 2017

Group Washing Facilities: an efficient way to fight against bad sanitation

GIZ and UNICEF published a collection of exemplary designs for group handwashing facilities in schools entitled “Scaling up Group Handwashing in...

05.04.2016 , Asian Development Bank

Achieving Universal Electricity Access in Indonesia

Indonesia has achieved an impressive 84% electrification ratio, but faces significant challenges in reaching the remaining 16% of its households.

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Fossil fuel subsidies are a prominent feature of many Asian economies, however they contribute to fiscal imbalances in many countries and restrict...

In a recently published report supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, Accenture Development Partnerships assessed the suitability of off-grid energy...

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Indonesia has reached a milestone, having inaugurated its first three solar+storage mini-grids, thus...

The government's ambition to provide electricity to all Indonesians faces the biggest challenges in...

China is dramatically cutting back on coal consumption; India is leading on solar. Thailand’s solar...

Around 90,000 schools across the country did not yet have access to electricity, hampering the...

Indonesia's target of 23 percent renewable power on the electric grid in 2025 is hardly possible, a...

The initiative will help the mosques to source renewable energy, manage their water and food needs...

Addressing the capacity charge and regulatory constraints would bolster clean energy uptake and...

A 1.2 MW hybrid plant is currently under development in a remote area of Indonesia aiming to provide...

“The target is at least 2,500 villages will be electrified by 2019 and 2020,” the Energy Minister...

This implementation will reduce annual diesel consumption by 55 percent by hybridizing the existing...

Caterpillar’s new “microgrid” initiative brings reliable electricity to rural communities that were...

The solar market of Southeast Asia’s largest energy consumer has been relatively underdeveloped...