December 2014 – Adam Hashian from The Energy Collective writes frankly and honestly about the challenges that entrepreneurs face while doing business in developing nations when it comes to solar energy.

Entrepreneurs should not rush into high-minded plans of remote rural electrification unless they can ensure a very pleasurable and positive experience, because they might spoil the market for future years. If people are skeptical of solar, then they will continue to fall back on outdated diesel generators, which need just as much maintenance and costly fuel. Not to mention, these generators perpetuate adverse climate effects by pouring CO2 into the atmosphere.

Read original article at The Energy Collective.