Solar energy

Why Clean Cooking Is Not Always Climate Friendly

From a climate perspective clean cooking technologies that are currently being pushed are not always climate friendly with a reliance on LPG.

Solar Lamps: Empowering Marginalised Communities in Asia

Solar Lamps also called Soler Lanterns being used in Rural Household

Learnings from Bangladesh’s Solar Home System

The world's largest off-grid solar program gave 20 million Bangladeshis access to electricity in rural areas. The program so far has gained a lot of global popularity and experts believe it can be replicated in other countries.

Kusum: Bumpy Ride for India’s Solar Pump Scheme

There are over 20 million grid-connected agriculture water pumps in India consuming more than 17% of the total annual electricity. Touted as the silver bullet to uplift the agriculture sector and push the distributed-solar market, Kusum scheme faces several hurdles and implementation issues.

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