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Solar Cookers

Harnessing the sun to cook food and heat the water

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Policy Report Note - Rwanda

This note summarizes a recent report prepared by Lighting Africa to identify key policy barriers to the adoption of modern lighting products and services in Rwanda,

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Lighting Africa Market Trends Report 2012: Overview of the Off-Grid Lighting Market in Africa

The off-grid lighting space is fast-growing and encompasses a wide spectrum of products and business models. However, for the purpose of
this report, we have chosen to focus on an important sub-section of the market that we term 'pico-powered lighting systems' (PLS).

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Kenya Qualitative Off-Grid Lighting Market Assessment

The Program's mission is to make affordable, environmentally sustainable, durable, and safe lighting available to the masses, who currently depend on kerosene lanterns and candles to satisfy their lighting needs.

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Lighting Africa: Catalyzing Markets for Modern Lighting

Lighting Africa, un programme conjoint d'IFC et de la Banque mondiale, mobilise le secteur privé afin de créer des marchés viables fournissant un éclairage hors
réseau moderne et accessible aux communautés en Afrique qui n'ont pas accès à l'électricité.

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Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves - Uganda Market Assessment: Sector Mapping

It is intended to provide a high level snapshot of the sector that can then be used in conjunction with a number of research papers, consumer surveys and other sources (most published on the Alliance's website) to enhance sector market understanding and help the Alliance decide which countri

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Perspectives: Political analysis and commentary from Africa - What are sustainable African cities?

Our foremost task is civic education in Germany and abroad with the aim of promoting informed democratic opinion, socio-political commitment and mutual understanding.

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Energy Access theme results - Summary for Policy Makers (SPM)

The first theme analysed by the Global Network on Energy for Sustainable Development (GNESD) is "Energy Access", with a primary objective of identifying viable and proven policy options in rapidly reforming energy sectors that provide cleaner and more sustainable energy services to the

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Proceedings of the "African Regional Workshop on Electricity and Development" held on 13-14 July 2005 at the UN Complex, Nairobi, Kenya

An estimated 57% of the world's poor (about 1.6 billion people) about a quarter of the world's population, do not have access to electricity and a significant portion have limited or no access to cleaner and more modern fuels such as kerosene, LPG and natural gas.

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