Empowering women as clean energy entrepreneurs

In the renewable energy sector, women account for around 32% of overall employment, compared to 22% in the more traditional oil and gas sector. On the one hand, this indicates that women are underrepresented in the energy sector as a whole, but on the other hand, it demonstrates that renewable energy, as a younger and… Continue reading Empowering women as clean energy entrepreneurs

HOBEFI_GREEN LIGHT REPORT 2020

Solar lanterns provide economical, high-quality lighting in developing countries. Solar lanterns are made available to rural homes by a variety of organizations, including social entrepreneurs, as an alternative to candles or kerosene lamps. is Hope For A Better Future (H4BF) is one of the most successful of these organizations. H4BF, a social enterprise operating in… Continue reading HOBEFI_GREEN LIGHT REPORT 2020