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Serbia Plugs Into Cow Power

With support from USAID’s Agribusiness Project, manure from the Lazar Dairy is being “digested” by Serbia’s first biogas plant and converted into electricity, which the dairy sells to the national electricity company, EPS, at a preferential rate applicable to renewable energy suppliers.

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FrontLines: Energy/Infrastructure

FrontLines January/February 2014: Energy / Infrastructure

Read the latest edition of USAID’s FrontLines to see how the Agency invests in energy and infrastructure projects around the world.

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Taking Action to Combat Climate Change

The United States is taking action to combat climate change. Read more >>

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Reclaiming Refuse to Help Generate Reliable Power

Energy and agriculture are closely linked: reliable access to affordable power is a key component to developing a country’s agriculture sector Read more >>

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From Addis Ababa: A Power[ful] Africa Message

Gizaw, an Ethiopian-American, is fascinating realization of the American Dream. A graduate of the University of Gdansk in Poland, Daniel was able to transfer to the University of Wisconsin and work on his PhD there.

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Financing a Clean Energy Future for India

USAID’s Development Credit Authority partners with a clean energy investment fund to build a clean energy future for India. Read more >>

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Increasing Economic Growth without Increasing Emissions

How can the Philippines continue its economic growth yet make it both equitable and sustainable in the long term? Read more >>

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Kabul Goes Green

A pilot program to use renewable energy aims to provide street lights to the 6 million people living within the city limits of Afghanistan. Read more >>

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