From the aftermath of hurricanes in Haiti and Puerto Rico, to flooding in India and the communities fleeing conflict in Syria and Myanmar, decentralized renewables are increasingly proving themselves as a powerful way to help vulnerable communities, including the 60 million refugees worldwide, gain access to electricity and related services. Most recently, Power Africa and Mastercard announced the Smart Communities Coalition, a public-private partnership to support refugee settlements. 

Learn more about the power of DRE on vulnerable communities with the latest PEAK Fact Sheet.

Download the Fact Sheet: Decentralized Renewables: Improve Safety for Vulnerable Communities  (74 kb)