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One out of ten Guatemalans has no access to the national power grid. That means 1.5 million people dependent on candlelight, experiencing the discomfort and insecurity of homes and streets shrouded in darkness every night. Until Kingo came along.
THE LIGHTS OF KINGO
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AfricaSenegal
July 2017
HARDLY-HIT BY THE OIL-PRICE HIKE IN 2008, CONSTRAINED BY AN INADEQUATE ENERGY SYSTEM, SENEGAL HAS BEGUN TO EXPLOIT ITS IMMENSE RENEWABLE ENERGY POTENTIAL, WITH SOLAR POWER IN THE LEAD. THE NUMBER OF PROJECTS HAS BEEN RISING FOR TWO YEARS NOW, A PRIME EXAMPLE BEING SENERGY, THE COUNTRY'S FIRST PRIVATE SOLAR POWER PLANT AND THE LARGEST ONE IN WEST AFRICA, 80% FINANCED BY PROPARCO. THE AIM IS TO HELP BOOST SENEGAL’S ENERGY SECURITY AND FACILITATE THE TRANSITION TO LOW-CARBON DEVELOPMENT.
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December 2015
SRI L ANK A — MA’s Foods, a processed foods manufacturer whose specialities are spices and coconut derivatives, has made a name for itself over the past three decades, not only in its home market Sri Lanka, but also abroad – in countries ranging from Japan to the Netherlands. Company founder Mario de Alwis owes that success to a combination of business acumen and a concern for the land and the people working with him.
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AfricaKenya
October 2015
KENYA — In the slum areas of Kenya’s capital, indoor flush toilets are a rarity. Most people have to make do with plastic bags and outdoor pit latrines. To remedy the situation, a company called Sanergy has built up a network of low-cost pay toilets that are put to optimal use, given that the organic waste is converted into fertilizer and sold to farmers.
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Peru
July 2015
PERU – As the country hosting the 2014 Climate Change Conference, Peru ambitiously lifted its renewable energy target for 2018 to 60% of total electric power output. The thinking behind that move was the need to prepare for depletion of Peru’s gas reserves and make its hydroelectric plants less vulnerable to climate change.
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