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African energy startups that have developed a new product or service for the decentralised solar energy market in Sub-Saharan Africa can now apply to participate in the Energy Camp in Kigali. The Energy Camp from 16-19 October 2022 offers the opportunity to further develop your own business model together with other African energy startups.
The African Energy Commission says expanded access to new, people-centred renewable energy systems will “lift hundreds of millions of people” out of poverty. KRISS75/Shutterstock
Underpinning this process is the belief that expanded access to off-grid solar can drive economic development by strengthening household income. According to the African Energy Commission, the process will “lift hundreds of millions of people” out of poverty.
Cosmas Ndlovu points at a solar water heater and solar panels on-top of his new home in Pelandaba West Suburb in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 9 July 2022. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lungelo Ndhlovu
Rooftop water heaters provide free hot baths even during power blackouts – though installation costs remain a barrier

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