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Can Cities Benefit from Last-mile Energy Innovations in Rural Areas?

By Carlos Guiza and Xosé Ramil Carlos Guiza's passion is to find income-generating alternatives for disadvantaged people. At the Multilateral Investment Fund, he experiments with models to develop climate change resilience, and public-private alliances for corporate social innovation. Twenty million people do not yet have access to electricity in Latin America. Around 90 million people are still dependent on solid fuels--mainly biomass and kerosene--to cover basic needs such as heating and cooking, which limits their access to lighting and contributes to greenhouse gas emissions.
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