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Ending Energy Poverty

Globally, around 1.1 billion people still do not have access to electricity. About 2.9 billion use solid fuels—wood, charcoal, coal, and dung—for cooking and heating. There are many reasons for energy poverty—ranging from remote populations; untapped renewable energy; inefficient utilities; perceived investment risks; unhealthy cookstoves. The World Bank Group is working with countries to help overcome these challenges. #EndEnergyPoverty

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Edward

- Sep 25, 2021
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Mariam

- Jan 30, 2021
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MOHAMMAD

- Jan 28, 2021
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Anvar

- Mar 28, 2020
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Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Jan 16, 2020
Ending Energy Poverty

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 14, 2019
in order to improve energy security, which finally leading the society to achieve life quality and reduce poverty significantly, don't waste the affordable energy resources.

Monir

- Apr 21, 2019
Hope the dream come true ( sustainable Energy for All )

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- Apr 1, 2019
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- Mar 26, 2019
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Ki

- Jul 24, 2018
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