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Ghanda sometimes wakes long before dawn to sweep her house and beat the husk off her rice. Now in her 70s, Chanda has long since lost her sight. The...

As a result of work undertaken by the Women and Entrepreneurship in Renewable Energy Project (WEREP), an initiative by Green Energy Africa, a large...

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Bangladesh has succeeded in developing the largest and most dynamic national off-grid electrification program in the world. Indeed, since its...

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Carnival Cruise Lines is announcing a new kind of ocean-based vacation: “social impact travel”, where socially conscious types cruise the Caribbean...

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Power generation alone won’t deliver energy to Africa’s poor

At the United Nations last week, the Secretary-General convened governments and civil society organisations to identify how to achieve Sustainable...

S&C Electric Europe has brought power to two primary schools in rural Zambia by combining solar with energy storage technology. 

The project in...

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