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If you’re thinking about setting up a business in Egypt then there’s some good news – and some bad news – you ought to know about.
The good news is the financial infrastructure remains largely intact despite the well-publicised political…
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“Solar power is a cost-effective electricity solution in various countries around the world – sometimes even without government subsidies. This is because of a ±70% price drop of solar panels in the past five years as well as a growing…
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One of the topics on the agenda at the upcoming The Solar Future South Africa conference is the need to improve its sustainability in the South African solar industry by going beyond subsidized government-managed and monitored programs. The Solar Future…
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An innovative design company in New York has created an urban prototype for charging mobile devices on city streets using solar energy – an idea that could help to transform existing urban infrastructure and enhance social and environmental benefits.
The Aldabra Atoll, which is a Ramsar and World Heritage Site, is now home to Seychelles’ largest off-grid renewable energy system. This milestone in providing sustainable energy for an entire island community is the result of a four…
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Working with local businesses in developing countries to increase access to modern energy and to improve the quality of lives for thousands of people.
A not-for-profit organization working to improve livelihoods in West Africa through the provision and installation of clean, sustainable, photovoltaic, electricity-generating infrastructure.
Empowering people in developing countries to rise from poverty using energy from the sun.