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A series of images from the Brighton Marathon 2013, in which six runners took part for Renewable World.
Renewable World is working with Nepalese partner Biogas Sector Partnerships (BSP-N) to install three community based biogas digesters in two districts of Nepal to provide energy for income generating activities as well as clean cooking facilities.
Renewable World currently features in BBC television’s Lifeline Appeal. Only one international charity is chosen each year, so we couldn’t be happier about this amazing opportunity to share more about the life-changing work we do; enabling opportunities for poor and vulnerable people to lift themselves out of poverty.
Renewable World has been working with local partner blueEnergy to support the installation of a new solar system and mini grid at the Kahka Creek Nature Reserve situated off Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast. This system is providing reliable energy distribution for a training centre, eco-lodge, wood workshop and forest warden's living quaters protecting this valuable 640 hectare swathe of rainforest.
A hybrid solar-wind system in the village of Mipandi in Northern Mozambique is providing energy to pump clean water for irrigating crops to improve agricultural production as well as providing other services such as mobile phone and battery charging, improving the livelihoods of the local community.
Renewable World is helping to build the capacity of the Centre for Rural Technology (CRT) to implement hydraulic ramp pump technology in rural communities across the country to provide water for household and agricultural use.
Bringing light and electricity to homes, Renewable World and Green Empowerment supported local partners AsoFenix and blueEnergy to collaborate on the installation of an integrated hybrid wind-solar PV system. It comprises a 1kW locally constructed wind turbine and a 500W solar array, with a combination of a micro-grid as well as individual solar PV systems for more dispersed houses.
Renewable World has been working with local partners to reduce poverty amongst coffee farmers and their families in the Chebich coffee cooperative in the Bungoma District. This will be achieved through the provision of new machinery and renewable energy, promoting sustainable development in the coffee-growing communities and benefitting a total of 4,500 people.
Our very first Renewable Energy Learning Conference, supported by Statkraft, was held in Nepal in December 2012. More than 230 speakers and delegates attended from East Africa, Bangladesh and Europe, bringing the latest experiences from renewable energy programmes from the public, private, donor and non-g
What a fantastic day! Thanks to our 22 heroes in green who braved icy cold weather and red hot chafing (ouch!) - all in the name of raising vital funds for Renewable World!
The communities of Silva and Somotignes are located next to the Rio Coco, near to Nicaragua’s remote northern border with Honduras. Renewable World is working with local Nicaraguan NGO ASOFENIX to bring energy to these rural communities through installing 20 solar home systems. These systems will replace toxic and hazardous kerosene lamps and expensive battery powered torches with electric lights enabling households to cook, read and work in the evenings.
Renewable World worked with Nicaraguan partner, BlueEnergy to upgrade the facilities of the only medical centre in Monkey Point, a remote and extremely poor off-grid community on the Atlantic Coast.
Renewable World is working with partner ALIN to upgrade the facilities of it's network of Maarifa (knowledge) centres using renewable energy, which will provide access to improved education and income generating information and services.