Students Go Green to End Global Energy Poverty

Students Go Green to End Global Energy Poverty

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, Oct 15 (IPS) – In Africa, over 640 million people – almost double the population of United States – have no access to electricity, with many relying on dirty sources of energy sources for heating, cooking and lighting.

While not offering a solution to the electricity gap in Africa, Brian Kakembo Galabuzi, a Ugandan economics student, can offer a cleaner and cheaper solution.

Read the full story, “Students Go Green to End Global Energy Poverty”, on globalissues.org

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