Fourth Industrial Revolution

Why solar lights could offer a solution to the world's poor

Could solar lights offer a solution to lack of access to electricity in developing countries? Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Prof. Isabel Günther

Professor of Development Economics and Director of NADEL, ETH Zurich

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