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Smart Villages News 107 - Time to revisit the Art of the Deal

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Dear Blue Blue,

No use moaning in Morocco after the US Election result. The fossil fuel lobby will be back with a vengence. Renewables and off-grid technologies have made remarkable progress in the last couple of years - riding on environmental concerns, driven by technology. Now perhaps it’s worth focusing on jobs, time to hammer home the message that renewables and related technology are already creating thousands of high quality jobs with the promise of many more - many the kind fossil fuel workers can easily retrain and adapt to. Trump says he loves a deal - we need to pull one together for him. On another note, our  Smart Villages Off-grid Energy Challenge for West Africa in conjunction with ECREE is still accepting entries till November 21 - you can submit in English, French and Portuguese. Please spread the word.

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African Governments Urged To Harmonise Energy Laws To Attract Investment
African governments have been urged to harmonise regulatory and legal frameworks to attract more investors into the continent’s energy sector.Kipyego Cheluget, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) assistant secretary general for programmes, said uniform laws could play a big role in attracting more energy investors to drive Africa’s generation and distribution capacity. [...]

son Tumwebaze - TheNewTimes (02.11.16)

China Considers Renewable Energy As Solution To Rural Poverty
China is fast becoming a green energy superpower, leading the world in investment and installation of low-carbon technology. The most widely discussed drivers of this renewables surge include the desire to cut greenhouse gas emissions, boost energy security and catch up with, or overtake, industrialised countries in technological innovation.But a recent policy initiative has highlighted another, often overlooked, motivation: tackling poverty. [...]

Sam Geall, Shen Wei - ChinaDialogue (01.11.16)

India To Launch $2 Billion Clean Energy Equity Fund
The Indian government and three state-run firms will jointly set up an equity fund of up to $2 billion for renewable energy companies to tap into to help New Delhi meet its clean energy goals, two government sources told Reuters on Wednesday. [...]

Krishna N. Das - Reuters (02.11.16)

China-Gambia-Ghana Swop Renewables Expertise
The event formed part of activities of the China-Ghana-Zambia South-South Cooperation on Renewable Energy Technology Transfer project, which aims at enhancing the transfer of knowledge on renewable energy technologies from China to African countries, particularly, Ghana and Zambia. [...]

NewsGhana (03.11.16)

Grid Edge Innovation Enters The Vocabulary
Two startups are advancing their solar power solutions in big ways: Arcadia Power, an online renewable energy company, has launched the first nationwide community solar program in the United States; and solar lighting and power systems provider d.light has secured a total of $30 million in funding this year for off-grid solar. [...]

SustainableBrands (04.11.16)

Letter To The Next President
The environment is getting out of control. If the environment gets worse, people are going to die from pollution and contamination, and the economy is going to get worse. I’ve got family and friends who are having a hard time finding work and I see that they are also having trouble with crime in their communities. This is because the economy is getting lower. [...]

Yelfry Ovalle - LettersToThePresident (06.11.16)
 
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An Irish Take On Off-Grid Rural Power
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Microsoft’s Allen To Sell 10 Mini Solar Plants In Kenya
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Solar Impacts Remote Tanzanian Pastoral Communities
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