Osie Adelfang of Homer Microgrid News & Insight writes about off-grid renewable energy initiatives in the Palestinian territories, with a special focus on Comet-ME’s work.
Zafrir Rinat, Haaretz, November 21, 2016: “The off-grid efforts of Comet-ME, which must navigate a politically charged environment, were discussed earlier this month by the organization’s co-founder, Elad Orian, at the Israel Climate Change Conference held at Tel Aviv University.”
From Margaret Olin’s beautiful photo-essay:
“Dreams and energy fill the room – including the energy without which the meeting would have been next to impossible.”
Read how we ensure that the water coming out of our household water systems meets international drinking-water standards.
Why is the Israeli government issuing permits and guaranteeing loans for huge solar farms on illegal Israeli settlements while Palestinians in Area C can’t get permits to build the most basic infrastructure, including Comet-ME’s mini-grids?
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