Feature Story: Finalists Announced for Second Global Innovation Call
Stories from the Field: 2013 Winners in Action
On June 1, 2015, EarthSpark International inaugurated the EKo Pwòp micro-grid which provides clean, reliable power to 430 homes and businesses in downtown Les Anglais in the South of Haiti.
On July 2, 2015, Rebound Technologies met with 20 researchers and farmers at the Mozambique Institute of Agricultural Research (IIAM) in Maputo to present the SunChill™ technology and to solicit direct feedback regarding technology.
U.S. Ambassador to Jordan Alice Wells showcased locally-grown hydroponic and organic vegetables during a May 9 reception with Jordanian producers and government officials in honor of the visit to Jordan by U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack.
After years of experimentation, Promethean Power Systems finds value in thermal storage for India. India is the world’s No. 1 milk producer. Unfortunately, rural India is not well served by the electrical grid—creating problems for milk producers who need to keep their product cool.
Global News at the Nexus of Energy and Agriculture
SunAsia Builds 55-MW Solar Farm on Pastureland
A new project integrates agribusiness and solar energy by installing a solar farm on pastureland in Philippines.
Solar Irrigation Shows Promise in West Africa
Villagers in Benin tap deep wells using solar-powered pumps, allowing women to focus on farming instead of hauling water.
Bioenergy and Food Production on Desert Land Irrigated by Seawater
An innovative agriculture and energy pilot project in Abu Dhabi produces food, biofuels and a carbon dioxide sink without using freshwater.
Rolling the Dice on Renewable Energy in India
Is pay-per-use shared usage model the solution to limited penetration of solar irrigation pumps in India?