VIDEO | Schneider Electric Uses Solar Power to Illuminate Primary Schools for 45K Students in Africa

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VIDEO | Schneider Electric Uses Solar Power to Illuminate Primary Schools for 45K Students in Africa

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Friday, November 17, 2017 - 1:45pm

Today nearly 1.3 billion people — almost 1 of every 5 persons on the planet — lack access to modern energy. Almost all live in poverty in rural sub-Saharan Africa and developing Asia, unconnected to utility networks. Many companies offer stand-alone solar powered systems and mini-grid solutions, but the target communities often cannot afford the purchase price and lack the know-how to operate the systems. There are elements of a successful, sustainable approach to rural electrification projects, with examples of innovative business models and a case study of Schneider Electric’s Access to Energy program.

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Keywords: Sustainable Development Goals | Affordable and Clean Energy | Carbon Offsets | Education | Energy | Kenya | Nairobi | Renewable Energy | Research, Reports & Publications | Schneider Electric | Solar

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