Tag Archives: renewables

Smart Villages News 130 – Front Line Heroes Deserve More Recognition

Sunday April 23rd, 2017 - Kristina Cvitko

    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, Already, unfortunately, the SEforALL Forum seems a fleeting memory. I do not envy Rachel Kyte and her team the job of keeping the momentum going in the face of… […]

Smart Villages News 125 – Brooklyn Calling

Sunday March 19th, 2017 - Kristina Cvitko

    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, Only a couple of weeks to go to SEforALL’s Forum in Brooklyn New York and I do hope that of all the conferences on offer many of you can… […]

Smart Villages News 121 – Coal Raises Its Head Again

Saturday February 18th, 2017 - Kristina Cvitko

    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, TERI’s recent report on the future of India’s energy sector and the important role renewables could play has created quite a stir this week across the whole spectrum of… […]

Smart Villages News 117 – This Pyramid Looks Built To Last

Saturday January 21st, 2017 - Smart Villages

    View this email in a browser Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, With Davos and the upcoming U.S. presidential inauguration, this is a week with a number of important pronouncements and actions by major world… […]

Smart Villages News 115 – All Eyes On US

Saturday January 14th, 2017 - Smart Villages

  Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, As we approach the U.S. presidential inauguration, an interesting and diverse crop of stories from the U.S. this week again demonstrate that renewables may be more deeply rooted than many… […]

Smart Villages News 113 – A Sunny End To The Year

Tuesday January 3rd, 2017 - Smart Villages

    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, Even as I write this editorial on the shortest day of the year, my desk is full of solar power stories, chief among them the news that solar power… […]

Smart Villages News 111 – How to pick corporate pockets?

Saturday December 10th, 2016 - Smart Villages

    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, Hot on the heels of SE4ALL’s call for more industry involvement, comes another this week from SREP. While individual companies have stepped up to the plate funding joint and… […]

Smart Villages News 110 – East Africa Still A Beacon

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    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, The Smart Villages Initiative kicked off its global programme in East Africa two years ago. Even though many of us had previous experience of the region through the B4FA… […]

Smart Villages News 107 – Time to revisit the Art of the Deal

Saturday November 19th, 2016 - Smart Villages

  Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, No use moaning in Morocco after the US Election result. The fossil fuel lobby will be back with a vengence. Renewables and off-grid technologies have made remarkable progress in the… […]

Smart Villages News 101 – Better punchlines, bigger hitters needed for renewables!

Thursday September 29th, 2016 - Smart Villages

    Letters to the editor We welcome submissions to this newsletter, including comment pieces from our readers. Join the conversation! Get in touch Dear Subscriber, Within 24 hours this week, I listened to both the U.S. presidential debate and a BBC radio phone-in on fracking. In the former, it struck me that with jobs and… […]