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“Exponential growth” predicted for solar on farms as growers seek cheaper, more reliable energy.

Charcoal-filled traditional irons cause air pollution and tree cutting in India - but a 14-year-old's solar innovation could help

For many years, Africa has been home to many of the greatest development challenges on earth with hundreds of millions living in remote, underserved...

Diversity and inclusion has been an active topic for the past 5-10 years in Western Countries. However, it is not uncommon to find panels at...

16.11.2020 , Jenny Corry Smith and Siena Hacker (CLASP)

Averting a COVID-19 food disaster by using solar agricultural technology

The Pandemic Compounds a Global Food Crisis

“By the end of 2020, 12,000 people per day could die from hunger linked to COVID-19, potentially...

Nigeria is the country with the largest number of unelectrified people in the world, with only 36% of the country’s 100 million rural inhabitants...

Many in the global off-grid solar sector are motivated by the prospect of building a more sustainable future.

As the world seeks to build back better...

Accelerating access to electricity for the 600 million Africans who lack it today demands a systemic, rather than a purist, approach.

Access to...

The Western Australian government has praised the use of solar and batteries to provide power to remote households and businesses, after Western Power...

27.10.2020 , Dr. Abidah B Setyowati

Indonesia: Rich renewable resources, slow uptake

Indonesia is blessed with considerable potential for renewable energy generation, but so far has been slow to grasp it.