Water-kiosks-clean-water-access
RVE.SOL is quoted in a recent article on Kiosk Marketplace by Bradley Cooper. Read the full article here or see below text                         March 13, 2015 by Bradley Cooper Imagine that in order to get water to drink and bathe yourself, you had to walk […]
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energy-access-funding
A chasm as defined by the British Dictionary is “a break in continuity; a gap”. In this blog we want to tackle the issue of sustainable development funding for energy access projects and the huge funding gap in the industry. A good analogy is the story of goldilocks and the three bears, do you know […]
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blog-chart-diesel-Nigeria-renewables
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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We recently had a new member join the RVE.SOL team, please welcome Bruno Lopes. Bruno is on the hardware & software development team working on an exciting & relevant project to meet a market need. Maria Burpee had a chance to sit down and ask him a few questions and here is what he had […]
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Tweet this: #minigrid #diesel #solar #climatechange #ruralparadigm #KUDURA #EndPoverty #EnergyPoverty #solar Access this blog in Portuguese / Aceder esta blogue em portuguese In part one of this series we established the need for step-change minigrid solutions to the rural paradigm and in this part we discuss the pros and cons of such solutions. To recap […]
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