Social investors see the light on clean energy for the poor

Although we are living in the age of internet and android phones, around 1 billion people on the planet still have no electrical power in their homes. This campaign was made to help the poor – providing solar electricity and battery system, that are of life importance in the hospitals.

By Megan Rowling LISBON/BARCELONA, May 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A fter learning that three babies died in a government hospital in the Sierra Leone city of Bo last November when a power cut switched off machinery keeping them alive, London-based energy adviser Michael Liebreich decided to act. He […]

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