That’s why DFID’s Clean Energy Programme, worth £20 million between 2013 and 2017, is providing access to clean, solar energy to more than 5 million people in poor, rural communities. The programme supports the Infrastructure Development Company Limited, a semi-commercial enterprise, to provide subsidies to poor households to purchase Solar Home Systems and other solar technology.

Lynne Featherstone, Dfid blog

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