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Combating Energy Poverty in Chile with Community Inclusion

SANTIAGO, Oct 29 (IPS) - More than 90 percent of Chile's 17.5 million people have access to electricity. But many live in energy poverty because they do not have access to hot water, have unsafe connections, houses without thermal insulation and with indoor pollution, or can't afford to pay the monthly bill.Read the full story, “Combating Energy Poverty in Chile with Community Inclusion”, on globalissues.org →

SANTIAGO, Oct 29 (IPS) – More than 90 percent of Chile’s 17.5 million people have access to electricity. But many live in energy poverty because they do not have access to hot water, have unsafe connections, houses without thermal insulation and with indoor pollution, or can’t afford to pay the monthly bill.Read the full story, “Combating Energy Poverty in Chile with Community Inclusion”, on globalissues.org →

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