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In an innovative initiative to increase access to electrical power, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) has adopted a rural electrification master...

India is at a growth curve, largely fuelled by the expansion of domestic manufacturing. The country’s ‘Make in India’ initiative encourages a need for...

Energy poverty afflicts millions of homes in Mexico, with many social, economic and environmental impacts for the country.

These homes, located in...

Pieces are falling into place for an important collaboration between India and Africa to end energy poverty. The stakes are high, as sub-Saharan...

12.06.2017 , Sendea.Marketplace

New solar TV in Kenya and India: a comparison

In the past few weeks, two new solar TVs have appeared on the market, each offering a novelty in their country:

• India: Simpa offers the first...

When the Narendra Modi government came to power, nearly 18,500 villages languished in darkness, untouched by electricity 134 years after Thomas Alva...

Lessening the burdens of women and girls in energy poor communities takes much more than simply giving them access to improved energy sources.

We’ve...

In the last five years or so, so-called “disruptive” technologies—such as distributed renewable energy, smart grids, energy storage, and fuel...

Pay-as-you-go (PAYGo) solar companies have been lauded, by CGAP and others, for their ability to provide low-income rural households with clean,...

In the next five years, India plans to install 10,000 small-scale solar-power grids across the country to bring basic electrical power to communities...