Small Australian Renewable Company Wants to Bring Affordable Renewable Energy to The Poor

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
July 13, 2017

A small Australian wave and solar energy firm are aiming to launch an effort in bringing in cheap and clean power to the poor by the year 2030.

Carnegie Clean Energy was chosen by a team called the Unreasonable Group from 10 other firms from countries that include the Netherlands, Brazil and the United States for a flexible approach using a mix of renewable energy.

The Unreasonable Group states that within the next 5-10 years, Carnegie will be able to deliver some of the biggest micro-grids and utility scale batteries ever developed in Australia and duplicate these type of projects throughout Africa, mainland Asia and the South Pacific island communities.

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