Sharing power: renewables, resilience and redefining beauty

June 28, 2018 by  
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On average, the poorest 20% pay the most for electricity — that’s 10% of total household income. Community power and community storage will transform access to affordable clean energy for low-income households, if we deploy equitable project finance models that scale with the market instead of depending on subsidies. Leaders from around the world discuss new project development and finance models that are transforming the economic and energy landscape in their communities.

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Sharing power: renewables, resilience and redefining beauty

Energy equity: How community power empowers communities

September 30, 2016 by  
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The poorest 20% of our neighbors pay the most for electricity – 10% of total household income. Community solar will transform access to affordable clean energy for low income households if we deploy equitable project finance models that scale with the market instead of depending on subsidies. Learn about emerging project development and finance models that are empowering urban and rural communities.

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