Solar Power Helps an Indian State Vaccinate

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  • The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Japanese government are setting up solar-powered refrigeration units in India to store vaccines.
  • The units do not require a battery to store energy and can run efficiently in rural areas where sunshine is abundant.
  • These units will help provide more vaccines to the population but will help reduce vaccine waste as well.

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