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Aug. 24, 2018

Congratulations to SimGas! They've been chosen as a finalist for the 2018 Climate and Clean Air Award. This award recognizes exceptional contributions toward reducing short-lived climate pollutants, which contribute about 40% of the manmade heat energy being added to the planet every year.

Jul. 30, 2018

Great news for SunCulture is also great news for smallholder farmers in Africa! SunCulture CEO Samir Ibrahim is looking forward to a productive partnership with the EDF Group, and to working together to increase rural household productivity across the African continent.

Program Updates

Sep. 12, 2018

Congratulations to SimGas! They took home the prize for the Innovative Technology category at the prestigious 2018 Climate & Clean Air Awards. They were recognized for their revolutionary, high-quality and affordable biogas systems, which have tremendous positive impact on climate and health.

Sep. 4, 2018

Want to know what funders look for? This guide outlines what funders expect in terms of legal structure, innovation stage and return on their investment. It also explains the importance of funder profile analysis, and lists the types of funding available, including alternative funding sources.

May. 22, 2018

The Toolbox is now available online, free of charge. It includes informative modules, guidelines, calculation sheets, checklists, and other tools that are relevant to current users. The material is also designed to help provide hands-on guidance to policy makers and financers.

Video

Futurepump's Social Media Is Going on Tour
Apr. 27, 2018

Futurepump's Distributor Tour has begun! They'll be featuring a different distributor, in a different country, every month for the rest of 2018. Follow along to see which country they're visiting each month.

Solar Milk Cooling in Siaya County, Kenya
Apr. 25, 2018

The University of Hohenheim/Germany has been pilot testing a solar milk cooling system that can be operated independently, offering an off-grid solution for remote areas in western Kenya. The system uses solar energy for cooling milk in Kenya and Tunisia.