Salvatore Chester
  • Addis Ababa
  • Ethiopia
  • Tsere lamba - solar energy (plc)

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Salvatore Chester's Discussions

Combatting Energy Poverty Among the Extreme Poor (by Sarah Baird)

Allow me to share this very substantive and informative paper.I believe it is worth reading and hope you too may find it interesting.Wished Sarah could send details of the project in Uganda with…Continue

Started Sep 11, 2015

Global awareness of energy poverty on the increase.
5 Replies

Some quite interesting developments, I believe, are happening these days in relation to the global awareness of energy poverty and indoor pollution. This time including both the primitive way of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Salvatore Chester Jun 20, 2015.

Practical integrated solutions : JEEP - Joint Energy and Environment Projects

Thanks to everyone contributing here, I believe that, by now, we have a quite good understanding about the global problems of energy poverty,lighting in particular.When considering viable and…Continue

Started Jun 4, 2015

MAIGOBO sub-district (Hawzen) – in Geralta The first 100% kerosene and indoor smoke free zone in rural Tigray / Ethiopia

                                 MAIGOBO sub-district (Hawzen) – in Geralta The first 100% kerosene and indoor smoke free zone in rural Tigray / Ethiopia                  …Continue

Started Jan 14, 2015


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Name of your company or organization
Tsere lamba - solar energy (plc)
Consultant, Product distributor, Other
Describe your involvement and/or interest in off-grid lighting
The vision and mission of Tsere-lamba solar energy (plc) is all in its name. That means "anti-kerosene" or No-kerosene for lighting, but micro solar PV systems. In addition I try to promote and help create awareness on every applicable aspect of renewal energy, with particular interest in helping reduce the chronic Energy Poverty in Ethiopia.
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UNSDSN - UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network - DEADLINE EXTENDED .


DEADLINE EXTENDED: Public Consultation on UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network's draft report Indicators for Sustainable Development Goals open until March 28, 2014

Due to high interest in the report, we are extending the period for public consultation by two weeks through to March 28, 2014. Download the report and formal comment form here:…


Posted on March 17, 2014 at 8:11am — 1 Comment


Global Fund Needed !

Further to numerous publications on energy poverty, and the 'blong' :

Kerosene – a burning issue in women’s rights, human rights ( )

By Kristine Pearson   

I do hope the "responsible parties" (UN, WB, Governments, Int. Community) will thus give it due…


Posted on November 6, 2013 at 11:31pm

# it takes - to right the wrong of energy poverty (kerosene for lighting + inefficient cooking ways)

# it takes - to right the wrong of energy poverty

(kerosene for lighting + inefficient cooking ways):

1. updated databases;

2. adequate attention and political will to redress current sad


3. awareness of rural communities, and stakeholders;

4. right products (certified quality/affordable);

5. adequate investments (in Billions of $) by GOVs and

International Community (UN+WB);

6. practical and working incentives: like duty-free and…


Posted on July 18, 2013 at 2:31am

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