Three days in Syangja with Renewable World

8th January 2016
In September 2015, Christin Herber, joined the Renewable World Nepal team as a short-term volunteer on our Solar MUS II project. Christin has a Masters in Environmental and Energy Management […]

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Nepal, December 2015, First impressions

17th December 2015
Author: Matt Kinsella My work on Renewable World’s Community Implementation Model continues in Nepal, with the input and feedback of our team here.  I have been here for almost four […]

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Facing The Music

18th September 2015
2nd blog from Programme Support Volunteer Matt Kinsella. In my last blog I mentioned my plan to visit the National Museum, and last Saturday, while Kenya was busy thrashing the […]

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Arriving In Kenya

1st September 2015
1st blog from Programme Support Volunteer Matt Kinsella. I arrived in Nairobi from London a little after dawn.  This is my first time in Kenya, and in sub-Saharan Africa.  I […]

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Why energy access is the most powerful solution to poverty

27th August 2015
A blog by Paddy Vipond- Renewable World Fundraising Officer.   There is no panacea for alleviating poverty, but providing access to energy appears to be the next best thing s […]

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Protecting the Powerless

11th August 2015
A personal note from Renewable World trustee and vice chair Sarah Donnelly on the importance of distributing solar lighting in rural communities hit by the Nepal earthquake.  I recently had […]

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Nepal Appeal Raises £27,605 for Earthquake Relief

21st July 2015
When we heard news of the earthquake in Nepal our first thought was for our staff in Kathmandu and for the communities we work with. Once pictures and news started […]

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Ten reasons to Run To The Beat for Renewable World

20th July 2015
Why take part in Run To The Beat for Renewable World?! Giving People a Sustainable Solution to Poverty You will be helping to tackle poverty in some of the poorest […]

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Update from our Mahogany Project in Nicaragua

25th June 2015
n February this year, Renewable Energy Consultant Andrew Tod packed his bags and headed to Nicaragua to project manage our Mahogany project, providing household solar systems to families within the […]

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A new home in Bluefields

25th March 2015
Andrew Tod is a volunteer with blueEnergy. He is working directly with Renewable World to manage the implementation of our recently launched Mahogany project, bringing solar lighting and solar powered enterprise to households within the Mahogany Reserve. Andrew previously worked with RES and we are very happy to have his support for the next year. In his first blog from Nicaragua he describes his arrival in Bluefields, his home for the next year. 

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