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Fighting global energy poverty

Today, over one billion people worldwide do not have access to electricity, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. This is a staggering figure to those countries where electricity is a commodity, taken for granted every time they turn on a light switch. But the consequences of energy poverty are far more significant than living in darkness. Education, social welfare, and health are all affected placing additional barriers to economic and social development for those who are in greatest need.

Yves Debroyer Nov 23, 2020

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