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The ‘energy patriots’ bringing electricity to Indonesia’s remote villages

For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm. With students studying by candlelight at night and health centres not running at full capacity, these communities face an uphill struggle to improve their well-being.  Read the full story, “The ‘energy patriots’ bringing electricity to Indonesia’s remote villages”, on globalissues.org →

For millions of villagers in Indonesia’s remote areas, a 12-hour-per-day erratic electricity supply is the norm. With students studying by candlelight at night and health centres not running at full capacity, these communities face an uphill struggle to improve their well-being. 
Read the full story, “The ‘energy patriots’ bringing electricity to Indonesia’s remote villages”, on globalissues.org →

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