D.C.-based agency invests $38 million to increase energy access in sub-Saharan Africa

The Washington D.C.-based U.S. Agency for International Development recently announced more than $38 million in investments that are being designated to help end poverty through increasing access to food and energy in developing countries throughout the world.


Obama initiative encourages solar in poor neighborhoods

Solar energy is the perfect solution to providing low-cost power to the poorest people and to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. If only we could find a way to encourage solar adoption where it would make the most difference...

The Obama administration is announcing a new initiative today that will encourage solar energy development in the poorest communities.