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Global renewable energy initiative aims to bring a billion people in from the dark
by Jillian Ambrose
The Guardian Translate This Article
13 September 2019
On 13 September 2019 The Guardian reported:
Worldwide commission aims to end energy poverty in sub-Saharan Africa and south Asia by driving investment in new technology. Electricity could be delivered to more than a billion people currently living without it within a decade by linking up small-scale projects into a giant, environmentally-friendly network. According to a new global commission, advances in micro energy grids and renewable energy technologies could 'dramatically accelerate change' and transform lives in rural areas of sub-Saharan African and south Asia.
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... The commission, established by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Energy Initiative and the Rockefeller Foundation, plans to bring together leading investors, utilities, and policymakers to tackle energy poverty.
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