Smart Villages webinar, 11 August 2016: 'Women & energy entrepreneurship: Business models for off-grid energy and social impact, Part II'

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The webinar can be viewed here

Women are central to successful business models for off-grid energy in developing countries – whether they are founding micro enterprises, building small, medium, and large businesses, or are the consumers choosing the best energy sources for their household.

In this webinar, we heard from women working on the frontlines of energy entrepreneurship. They reflected on their experiences, including working with women across Indonesia to meet their energy needs and boost women’s incomes, developing leadership and empowerment programmes for women in rural areas, or working themselves as leaders in the field of rural energy in developing countries.


Fatima Ademoh, Ajima Farms and General Enterprises Ltd. Nigeria | Presentation

Sergina Loncle, Kopernik | Presentation

Ify Malo, Power for All | Presentation

Olasimbo Sojinrin, Solar Sister


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