The ability for distributed solar to deliver clean drinking water and rural sanitation to remote communities is gaining traction, as this video series clearly illustrates.
1. A World Bank animation on why solar pumping for water access is better than diesel.
2. This story takes the World Bank’s animation and brings it to life for a real community in Tanzania.
3. In India, solar mini-grids paired with reverse osmosis are paving the way for a convergence of solving access to both clean water and clean electricity.
4. India is also innovating new solar-powered distributed sanitation services.