The Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development received 871 applications for its second Global Innovation Call. The Founding Partners are pleased to announce that 106 out of the 871 applicants have been invited to submit Stage 2 Full Proposals!
Calling All Clean Energy Innovators! This is What Innovation Looks Like in Nepal. Motivo is Making News. Powering Water with Solar. Global News at the Nexus of Energy and Agriculture.
Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development (PAEGC) is looking for innovative solutions. Submit your best ideas on how clean energy can power the work of farmers and agribusinesses—from planting to harvesting and storage. Apply for funding to put your ideas into action.
iDE has, in recent weeks, installed the first round of pumps in Nepal for field trials. The field-testing is important because it gives farmers a chance to see the technology, understand how it works and provide their feedback.
Motivo’s HARVEST system was recently featured in the Los Angeles CleanTech Global Showcase. Motivo also was nominated by Neon Tommy as having one of the top 5 innovative ideas featured at a tech conference.
The Earth Institute at Columbia University has now shipped the first solar pump controller to its project site in Senegal.
Greetings, and Happy New Year! I am writing to ask you to help me start off 2015 with a simple action to help improve the lives of people around the world.
The 4th Military & Commercial Microgrids Summit will take place in Washington, D.C from June 17–19, 2014. Dan will be speaking on smart metering for the expansion of energy access in emerging regions. Allison will be a panelist on Microgrids for Remote Communities and Installations.
Mr. Daniel Schnitzer, EarthSpark International, will share a new study he co-authored, “Micro-grids for Rural Electrification: A critical review of best practices based on seven case studies” at a training hosted by the U.N. Foundation’s Energy Access Practitioner Network.