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IRENA Aug 14
auctions continue to reveal competitive prices for renewable power in markets around the world. See 's report to learn how auction design can also contribute to fulfilling broader socio-economic aims.
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IRENA Aug 15
. explains why innovations in is driving electrification worldwide
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IRENA Aug 13
'', women trained as engineers, bring clean power and light to their villages — tackling on “No Poverty”, “Gender Equality” and “Affordable and Clean Energy,” explains
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Rowena Daquipil Jan 12
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All in Trade Limited Jun 25
Apart from being central to sustainable development, what's your reason for supporting renewables? Share your views to help educate, inspire and inform the public about renewable energy and its benefits.
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All in Trade Limited May 28
Renewable companies create employment Provide energy required for running businesses/manufacturing industries Provide energy for lighting & heating water in homes, hence saving money that would have otherwise been spent on energy bills
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Dr Thomas Hillig ⚡️ #EnergyTransition @ THEnergy Jun 18
In , grid-connected panels are being installed on the rooftops of 10,000 low-income households — providing free electricity and feeding into the grid. via
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RES4Africa Foundation Jan 10
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National Solar Power Authority Mar 16
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Ashden India Collective Apr 14
Remarkable in key technologies in recent years, a to a is not only feasible, it would have enormous benefits in improved health, reduced , and .
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Chinedum Ibegbulam Jan 18
This is one-step in the right direction towards decentralisation and steady electricity distribution via and home systems.
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Divyam Nagpal Apr 23
15 years ago, this shopkeeper bought solar lighting from with end-user financing from Syndicate Bank. Recently, he bought a solar refrigerator which saves him Rs. 900 a month on ice (~$12), offer more products and raises his income greatly.
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RCREEE Dec 3
Energy Specialist, Ms. Eman Adel shares her reasons for supporting ...
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Elizabeth Press Mar 20
President Akufo-Addo of : developemmt and climate are our national priorities
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Gold Standard Mar 4
Gold Standard Renewable Energy Label to be featured at the RECs Market Meeting in Amsterdam 12-13 March - as means to drive new RE generation and contribute to
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Chinedum Ibegbulam Jan 31
It's a small amount, however, a great number for continuous progress and with time the number will only get larger.
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Divyam Nagpal Apr 24
Solar sewing machines and lighting are enabling tailors to cope with planned (once a week) and unplanned outages at the Namma Bhoomi campus in Kundapur (Udupi). Productivity has increased and effort reduced as mechanical pedals are eliminated.
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IRENA Aug 6
What do & have in common? The way regulators in both countries leveraged existing mini-grids to scale up deployment, improve electricity services & reduce tariffs. 's mini-grid report explains
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IHA | hydropower.org 🏞💦⚡️ Jun 18
This report by confirms that is the world’s lowest-cost source of electricity at US$0.047/kWh in 2018 on a global weighted-average cost basis
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Anna Leidreiter Jun 18
have become mainstream thanks to stable and consistent policies. Now, even bolder policy decisions are needed across all end-use sectors to make our energy systems sustainable!
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