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Innovation helps small-scale renewables spread

Access to energy and clean cooking fuels is expanding in Sub-Saharan Africa, though some countries still lag behind. Here, we take a look at some of the people and projects leading the way. Words by Paul Cochrane in South Africa, Ramadhan Rajab in Kenya, Joy VC Ndovi in Malawi, Samuel Okocha in Nigeria and Stephenie Overman in Washington DC.

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EW Nov 21 pp20-21.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Region: Africa

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Biodiesel Renewables Solar power

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