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Where Oil, Coal and Nuclear Have Failed

Positive Future #74 (Feature photo – Many citizens of Rwanda have no electricity – CCA SA 2.0 Generic) According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) over 1.2 billion people (16 out of every 100 people) must live without electricity. Some 3 billion people don’t have sanitary cooking options and still use solid fuels (wood) to do their cooking (that’s 40 out of every 100 people around the world). The first-world solution of expensive and polluting coal, oil and nuclear, plus billion-dollar transmission lines – simply was not the ticket that included all of humanity. For the past seven years, a company named Mobisol (mobile solar) headquartered in Germany has been…

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