Deep in the interiors of rural Bihar, in villages that lie in the lap of tiger-inhabited hills and rivers that are home to alligators, a revolution has taken place quietly. The revolution is the effect of one single project, of two lobes, with each lobe having thousands of sub-projects.
It is a project that has touched the lives of some 44,000 households, spread across 240 villages. To put it simply, these people now have something they never had before — electricity.
Nothing can capture the project better than this data point: In January 2018, India had 63 microgrids, or networks that generated and distributed electricity in a particular area, Read More
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