Hewlett’s climate program has recently given more to energy work in India than it has in previous years. We take a look at what’s driving the move and where the money is going.
In rural India, more than 400 million people don’t have electricity. At the same time, an expanding web of telecom towers is burning through 2 billion liters of diesel every year. The Rockefeller Foundation is funding an ambitious initiative that would leverage the latter to solve the former.