Powering Aquaculture and Communities in Bangladesh

29th March 2017
Powering Aquaculture: The Project An estimated 12 million people in Bangladesh currently rely on the fishing industry for their livelihoods. Fish hatcheries, who sell fish on to households and other […]

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Celebrating our work: 2015/16 Annual Review

13th February 2017
We are delighted to share with you our 2015/16 Annual Review. This showcases the exciting work our team and partners have undertaken in the last year, including the first stage of our […]

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Project update: Nepal Solar Water Pumping Project

18th August 2016
Renewable World’s largest project in Nepal, Solar Water Pumping for Sustainable Livelihoods (Solar MUS II) has just completed its first year and communities are starting to reap the benefits. The […]

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Launching Powering Aquaculture – bringing clean energy to fish hatcheries in Bangladesh

17th March 2016
Renewable World, in partnership with International Development Enterprises (iDE), is delighted to announce the launch of a new joint project, Power Aquaculture – Innovating Clean Energy Development for Off-Grid Hatcheries […]

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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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Dhital, Nepal: A long way from home

23rd October 2015
In September 2015, Paddy, Renewable World’s Fundraising Officer, and his friend Callum, visited Nepal on a personal holiday. Whilst in the country they took the opportunity to visit one of […]

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