Central America Takes an "All of the Above" Approach to Energy

The Way Forward for Renewable Energy in Central America | Worldwatch Institute

The Worldwatch Institute is a global leader in international renewable energy market and policy analysis. Each year, Worldwatch contributes to the REN21 Renewables Global Status Report, a leading reference publication that details worldwide renewable energy trends.

Geothermal Energy is a reliable Electric Grid to Central America

Geothermal - a Key Source of Clean Energy in Central America

Energy from the depths of the earth - geothermal - is destined to fuel renewable power generation in Central America, a region with great potential in this field. "Volcanoes have always been a menace to humanity but now in El Salvador they are a resource to generate clean, renewable and cheap energy.

Today, as many as 1.1 Billion people live without electricity

How Solar Lanterns Are Giving Power to the People

Story by Michael Edison Hayden Photographs by Rubén Salgado Escudero Published October 15, 2015 Prashant Mandal flips on a candy-bar-size LED light in the hut he shares with his wife and four children. Instantly hues of canary yellow and ocean blue-reflecting off the plastic tarps that serve as the family's roof and walls-fill the cramped space where they sleep.

Creating Agricultural Business Opportunities will Strength Food Security in West Africa

Improving Food Security in West Africa

Improving Food Security in West Africa: Removing Obstacles to Regional Trade Markets

WASHINGTON, July 28, 2015 - A new commitment to regional trade in the region is needed to accelerate agricultural production, boost growth and ensure adequate food for more people, according to a new World Bank report.

How Business Opportunities Leads to Global Development

Building Business Opportunities will Lead to Development and Eliminate Poverty

Combining good business and good development

In this report, experts study firm performance in developing countries by using data from investments made by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) across over 1,000 projects between 2005 and 2014 in close to 100 middle- and low-income countries.