Amid electricity blackouts, reporter Elias Ntungwe Ngalame finds great potential for sustainable energy innovation in Cameroon's seaside communities.
In rural Bangladesh, people have been relying on basic and unreliable electricity from solar home systems (SHS). So reporter Faisal Mahmud was thrilled to learn about solar microgrid power plants, a new alternative which provides constant access to energy and with it, the potential to change lives.
When crippling droughts knock out hydroelectricity for up to 20 hours a day, it's hard to ignore the relationship between climate change and energy access in Zimbabwe. So why isn't the country talking about it? Journalist Andrew Mambondiyani wants to change that.
The demand for mobile phones in the developing world is an incentive to build decentralized electricity grids to power cell towers and, in turn, nearby communities. But economic viability in remote areas and the lack of a standardized business model remain barriers.
A journey through the inland, arid and inhospitable areas in search of the largest geothermal power plants in Latin America discloses the myths surrounding this industry.
The OpenAccess Energy Summit brought together a diverse global group to tackle energy access solutions. The consensus? From energy leaders to community leaders, we all need to collaborate.
Negotiating buses, drivers and hard-to-find fuel en route west from Kathmandu
When reporter Eric Bombicino flew to Pikangikum, he expected to be greeted with crushing poverty. What he experienced, instead, was a community bound together by its connection to the land and culture of quiet humility.