ErdebeiNacht
840 million people globally do not have access to electricity.
The largest share lives in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa of which 87% live in rural regions.
KinderinderSchule
617 million children and adolescents not getting the minimum in reading and math.
More than half of schools have no light and no modern teaching materials. We are improving this with the electrification of schools.
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785 million people do not have access to safe drinking water.

Using renewable electricity water pumps can be powered. On the one hand, this provides access to clean drinking water and promotes health. On the other hand, it often saves an enormous amount of time in everyday life.

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3 billion people lack clean fuel.

The use of electric light replaces open fire as a source of light. As a result, there are significantly fewer fires and lung diseases occur less frequently.

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Only 17.5% of global energy consumption comes from renewable energy sources.

We set firmly on sustainability to give people independence and to protect our environment.

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821 million people are currently undernourished.

Provide food security by increasing agricultural productivity and farmers' incomes. This is achieved through electrical aids in agriculture or a further processing of products.

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A mountain village get its first power connection – “Energie für Ho Lu”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGU4W6zfh7g, Video: Roland Michels, www.rolandmichels.com

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“startsocial” – special prize of the Federal Chancellor, June 2019

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