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Thousands of women entrepreneurs are selling solar powered tech to homes in rural India
by Anmar Frangoul
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26 April 2019
On 26 April 2019 CNBC reported:
For many people across the world, the inability to access or pay for energy is a pressing issue that makes life far more challenging. In India, Frontier Markets, which was founded in 2011, wants to broaden rural communities' access to clean sources of energy using what it describes as an entrepreneurial model. The company trains women to sell solar power solutions to rural communities.
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