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How impact investing brings solar power to Africa

Monica Moncayo Escobar, 16 May 2017

Monica Moncayo Escobar

Sub-Saharan Africa suffers from a lack of energy infrastructure. Increasingly, those without access to the energy grid are relying on solar power for lighting.

As part of her MSc in Sustainability and Social Innovation at HEC Paris, Mónica Moncayo Escobar wrote a dissertation on how these Pay-As-You-Go energy solutions are being financed through impact investments.

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How impact investing brings solar power to Africa

Monica Moncayo Escobar 16 May 2017

Sub-Saharan Africa suffers from a lack of energy infrastructure. Increasingly, those without access (...)


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