Global study set to provide accessible clean energy for low-income communities in Kenya

A project that will enable schools within low-income suburban communities in Kenya to become accessible clean energy hubs has begun.

African SCENe (Sustainable Community Energy Networks) is a 12-month feasibility study that will identify schools within low-income suburban communities in Nairobi that could become clean energy hubs. These hubs will generate, store, and distribute clean, renewable energy for the communities in which they serve, accelerating access to adequate, affordable, and reliable light in the evenings and energy for cooking, while simultaneously enhancing awareness and education of those living in the area.

Read more on the University of Nottingham website.

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