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For the first time in 20 years, the IEA reports that the number of people around the world who live without electricity is set to rise by nearly 20 million in 2022, reaching nearly 775 million.
@Saumya Khandelwal, S4S/Acumen
A new wave of companies are bringing equipment powered by renewable, decentralized energy to smallholder farmers. Solar-powered refrigerators, water pumps and milling machines (among other devices) have the potential to significantly increase yields and reduce wastage.
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Efficiency for Access (EforA) is a global coalition working to promote highperforming appliances that contribute to clean energy access for the world’s poorest people; its members have programmes and initiatives spanning 62 countries and 34 key technologies.
In Uganda, many solar installations in rural areas are carried out by freelancers. These usually have little knowledge of solar technology and are therefore unable to provide customers with professional information.
The climate crisis is a human tragedy. Countries in Africa are least responsible for causing it, but are among the countries most affected. Kenyans feel the impacts daily, including insecurity, hunger and death.
@Husk Power Systems
Sub-Saharan Africa has yet to undergo a full industrial or agricultural revolution. One of the main underlying reasons is a lack of energy. Energy is a precursor to both economic and social development.


Dr. Harald Schützeichel

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