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    Friday, December 11, 2015

    WHAT SOLAR MEANS TO INDIA AND THE WORLD

    To Know the True Meaning Of Solar Energy, Ask A Powerless Rice Farmer

    Michael Edison Hayden, December 8, 2015 (National Public Radio)

    “…[Without light, rice farmer Hemant Singh and his family in northern India huddle around a kerosene lantern that stained the walls of their hut and caused Sunita Devi, Singh's wife, fits of violent coughing from its smoke. In early 2015, a door-to-door salesman told him what solar can do…Bill Gates' announcement last week in Paris to fund advancements in renewable energy [for lower prices, improved batteries, new solar chemicals and solar paint] carries with it a sense of urgency that perhaps only Singh's family and other energy poor residents [can truly appreciate]…For new, ecofriendly technologies to take root, someone other than energy-poor clients like Singh and his family will have to foot the bill. Given the sheer number of people waiting for power on this planet, Bill Gates and other philanthropists can't possibly pay for it alone. The key to his proposal will be getting the governments of developed and developing nations to agree on an ambitious and potentially costly plan…[The Paris conference will show if] that's really possible. If it isn't, it will be Hemant Singh and others like him who will pay the steepest price.” click here for more

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