SunCulture's Samir Ibrahim Is One of Forbes' 30 Under 30!

Published: Jan. 3, 2017

By Caroline Howard  for Forbes

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Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development supports the development and deployment of clean energy innovations that increase agriculture productivity and stimulate low carbon economic growth in the agriculture sector of developing countries to help end extreme poverty and extreme hunger.

The 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 highlights the accomplishments of innovators and leaders in 20 industries, all under 30 years old. These young minds are at the forefront of their generation, and have been recognized for their potential to change the world. SunCulture's Samir Ibrahim is part of this prestigious group. Powering Agriculture would like to extend the warmest and proudest of congratulations to one of our Innovators. 

See the full 30 Under 30 list and Ibrahim's profile at Forbes. 

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