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Humanitarian organizations and their partners often experience lack of reliable energy sources, or no energy at all, when working in the field or during emergencies. NetHope's Connectivity and Infrastructure Working Group presents a conversation with GSOL Energy Global on how renewable energy can be the main source of power in humanitarian aid efforts and what benefits it can have for your organization.
The webinar will cover topics like:
Solar Energy System at UN in Timor-Leste - 2016
|Jesper Pedersen, Senior Key Account Manager, GSOL Energy Global A/S|
|Oscar Ditlevsen, Project Manager, GSOL Energy Global A/S|
|Duncan Drury, Co-Chair of NetHope's Connectivity and Infrastructure Working Group|