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Smart Villages has announced finalists in the second annual Smart Villages Energy Innovation Challenge. Smart Villages would like to congratulate Andrew Kasujja, Ronnie Ssejjuko, Fred Tuhairwe of Uganda and Leticia George, Frank Kanizio and Simon Kalolo of Tanzania.

Building on last year’s success, this year’s competition challenged aspiring young East African entrepreneurs to come up with an idea for a social business powered by off-grid energy. Social businesses are financially sustainable and also deliver positive social impacts to the end user.

The six finalists have won a spot in the Cambridge Development Initiative’s (CDI) 2016 DAREnterprisers entrepreneurship training course and the opportunity to pitch to win $3000 in prize capital to help implement their idea.

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Policy, Not Finance, Biggest Obstacle to Scaling Decentralized Renewable Energy
Renewable energy companies in emerging markets in Africa and Asia frequently lament the shortage of financing as the main barrier to scaling decentralized solutions, such as rooftop solar and mini-grids. But at a summit in early June, industry leaders singled out the lack of supportive national energy policies as the biggest obstacle to accelerated growth. [...]

William Brent - RenewableEnergyWorld.com (13.06.16)

The African Solar Revolution will be Televised
Not long ago Ghana made headlines as the government was forced to ration electricity supply just to ensure people could watch the World Cup. Now a new wave of new super-efficient appliances including TVs are set to transform the continent. [...]

Justin Guay - The Huffington Post (09.06.16)

Why We Need to Rethink Subsidies and Policy Support for Renewable Energy
Renewables are getting really cheap. But does that mean we need to get rid of all subsidies to support them? No. Rather, many experts argue that we just need to retarget government support in a smarter way. [...]

Stephen Lacey - Green Tech Media (09.06.16)

Providing a Jolt of Support to Power the Minigrid Market
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Barack Obama announced Tuesday two new initiatives mobilizing up to $1.4 billion to finance India’s commitment to universal energy access. [...]

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