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Introducing the Unbounded Podcast
Unbounded is a podcast from CrossBoundary about business leaders overcoming extraordinary challenges in frontier markets.
The Fund for Nature selected for the 2022 Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance
Measuring Solar Irradiation in Africa: A case for change
PowerGen partners with CrossBoundary Energy Access, Oikocredit, Triodos Investment Management and EDFI ElectriFI to connect 55,000 people to electricity in rural Nigeria
Investment Facilitation: A new tool for economic development
In 2013 we collaborated with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to suggest a new approach to attracting private investment into overlooked and underserved economies.
We need an energy access revolution: A new approach to innovation can help
Written by Erika Lovin, Associate Principal, Gabriel Davies, Head of Energy Access, Matt Tilleard Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Crossboundary; and Suman Sureshbabu, Director Power & Climate Initiative, the Rockefeller Foundation, this piece for PV Magazine explains how the radical decrease in the cost of the green technologies of solar and battery storage provides an unparalleled opportunity to close this gap and achieve universal electricity access by 2030.
How new technologies and the private sector can reduce government subsidies for rural electrification in Africa
Scaling Up Investment for COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Jobs in Africa
COVID-19 is causing countries in Africa and other parts of the developing world to face multiple overlapping crises: the pandemic itself, a wider health crisis, a food security crisis and an economic crisis that is further exacerbated by low commodity prices and a decline in global travel and trade as well as financial flows.
We stand against racism
Do Surveys Fall Short? Solving the Challenge of Predicting Mini-Grid Energy Usage in Africa