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Study Shows How Public-Private Partnerships Can Help Poor Communities Access Sustainable Energy

A new paper published by the UK-based International Institute for Environment and Development examines how governments, donors and businesses can work together to provide poor communities with sustainable energy supplies. The paper focuses on PERMER (Project for Renewable Energy in Rural Markets), an Argentinean program that has successfully delivered basic electricity access to remote, rural communities not served by the grid. PERMER has provided a combination of …… (The full link can be accessed here).


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