Alliance for Rural Electrification Features SEPS Project as "Best Practice" 2016

One of our SEPS projects is featured in the publication “AAEP Energy Access – Best Practices 2016”, along with 23 other project case studies and programmes on access to clean energy in Africa.

The WISIONS SEPS project Introduction of innovative solar tunnels for food processing for 300 farmers in Mozambique, carried out by our project partners HUMANA, is portrayed in the publication compiled by the four members of the “Energy Access” work stream: The Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE), the African Association for Rural Electrification (CLUB-ER), Practical Action and Strathmore Energy Research Centre (SERC).

The publication is available for free download from ARE’s website. It was also recently presented in a webinar by the Clean Energy Solutions Center, available online here.

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