Power For All

The Impacts Of Bringing Electricity To Rural & Vulnerable Populations

Today we’re able to build self-driving trucks, to communicate with smart humanoids, and to play video games with virtual reality technologies. Yet there are 1.06 billion people living without access to electricity across the world (IEA and World Bank, 2017). That’s one in every five people, most of them living in rural Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, they rely on kerosene, candles, and battery torches for essential lighting.

Solar Policy Roundup: Arizona Solar Ceasefire, 3rd-Party-Solar Fight In North Carolina…

To complement the big solar and wind project roundup I just published, here’s one focused on solar policy news. ACC Approves Tucson Electric Power’s Bid To Increase Renewable Energy, Sans Utility-Owned Solar Following the ongoing and sometimes bitter confrontation between solar advocates and utilities, the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has … [continued]