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Solar Reports Reveals Real-Life Situations

In August 1961 United Nations’ General Secretary Dag Hammarskjöld called solar energy the biggest hope for poverty alleviation in the developing world. But it took another 49 years for the case to be made in a real-life situation: during the 2010 Haiti earthquake. This has led to a real-life effort by researchers to analyze and […]

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The Solar Solution

Sustainable energy has always been a target of International Development Aid because of its benefit for health, poverty alleviation and for mitigating climate change. Problem is,  “regulations and policies” have kept any widespread implementation from happening. Those are words from the World Bank, and what they really mean is that governments in developing countries aren’t […]

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