Fighting African Energy Poverty Without Serious Harm to the Environment

November 25, 2013   // 0 Comments

  Romy Chevallier There are 589 million Africans living without access to modern forms of power. Access to reliable energy is directly linked to economic development and improved livelihoods. In fact, the achievement of nearly all human development goals is dependent upon modern energy access. It powers schools, hospitals, businesses and livelihoods and the lack of it can also disproporti...

Continue reading