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We are proud to call Portugal our home! It’s a beautiful, peaceful and charming country and Lisbon, it’s capital has been selected to host the annual SE4All forum. Although RVE.SOL was founded in the Central Region (Leiria) we know Lisbon and thought these tips might help people visiting explore our wonderful country. Enjoy and share! […]
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It’s been Four years since our pilot project in Sidonge, Western Kenya first saw the light of day. During that time we’ve had our fair share of ups and downs, ranging from seeing people’s faces light up with smiles when they turn on their light at home for the first time, KUDURA operators that turned […]
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In a previous blog post we discussed the concept of the “financing gap” – essentially the huge mismatch between available funds at international level for deployment of rural energy access projects and the actual projects & project developers like ourselves. From June 2 – 5 2015, team member Setu Pelz and myself attended and exhibited at […]
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There is a constant humming noise. The clamour and clatter is obnoxious, annoying and spewing what looks like grey dust into the air. And the smell. Oh the smell. The malodorous smog coming from the diesel generators in Africa is enough to turn a beautiful blue sky to a depressing grey. I’ve seen them everywhere; […]
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It’s not that black and white of course but that’s how it seems sometimes, which is why we feel fortunate to have hooked up with KIC InnoEnergy in Barcelona. You see, KUDURA was originally developed to reduce rural poverty and address climate change in a holistic fashion, built on a business model that yields an interesting ROI. […]
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