Smart energy to power refugee camps
August 23, 2013 Editor 0
Rolling out renewable and smart energy solutions in refugee camps could dramatically improve the well being of millions of refugees world-wide. Working in collaboration with the UNHCR, an EPFL Master’s student is investigating how it could be done.
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