Electrifying Rural India with Husk Power

Event: Inclusive Energy Solutions in South Asia

Electrifying Rural India with Husk Power

09 October 2012

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In remote villages without electricity, a silent revolution is literally electrifying lives. Hundreds of thousands of villagers currently residing in the rice belt of India are the proud beneficiaries of husk power system, a financially sustainable and environment-friendly village generator.

Note: For a full copy of the case study on “Electrifying Rural India with Husk Power,” please refer to Case Study #4, pages 20-23, of the attached compendium.

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