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India's first solar satellite television service brings 'magic' to villages
by Nita Bhalla
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
8 June 2017
On 8 June 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
An Indian social business has launched the country's first solar satellite television service, bringing clean energy powered entertainment to households and businesses through a pay-as-you-go payment scheme. Simpa Networks, which began operations in 2011, is one of thousands of social enterprises in India tapping into the renewable energy market in a country where one-fifth of the 1.3 billion population has no access to electricity. Customers make an initial payment to have the system installed then use a pay-as-you-go model for the electricity. The payments contribute to total cost and, once fully paid, the customer owns the system and the electricity is free.
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