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Article Ashden Awards - Winning renewable energy pioneers from Bangladesh, China, India, Laos and Tanzania The winners of the 2007 [[Ashden Award]]s for Sustainable Energy were announced following an awards ceremony at the Royal Geographical Society in London addressed by former US Vice President Al Gore.
Article Call for international entries - Ashden green energy awards 2009 Seeking inspirational and innovative local sustainable energy projects based in developing countries. Entry is free, and up to 7 winners will receive £20,000 each in prize money for project developme
Article Climate Change Series on BBC TV World will feature Ashden Award projects A series of programmes on climate change will be broadcast on BBC TV World and will feature the [[Ashden Award]] projects on biogas in China and India and fuel efficient stoves in Cambodia.
Article Grameen Shakti of Bangladesh Wins The Ashden Outstanding Achievement Award,2008. The organisation has made a significant contribution to the spread of sustainable energy solutions – to date it has installed 160,000 solar home systems and is adding around 8,000 new systems each m
Article Leading green energy awards calls for 2008 entries for projects in Asia, Africa and Latin America Entry closing date: 13 November 2007. The [[Ashden Awards]] for Sustainable Energy are seeking entries from inspirational & innovative local sustainable energy projects from Asia, Africa and Latin Ame
Article Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus calls for new financial order to address world problems "Nobel Prize winner Professor Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank has called for an urgent redesign of the world's financial systems and a major shift to a more 'inclusive' banking system thro
Article Tanzanian energy projects in the news Two articles - 'Solar power lights up Africa' and 'Tanzania develops low carbon economy' - featuring past Ashden Award winners were published in the Independent newspaper (UK) last month
Article The Ashden Awards - Global green awards’ 2008 finalists announced Pioneering renewable energy projects from Africa, Asia and Latin America will each receive prizes of up to £20,000, with an overall Energy Champion winning up to £40,000. Winners will be revealed at
Article TIDE India wins the Ashden Awards 2008 The world has a new Energy Champion: Technology Informatics Design Endeavour (TIDE). Six other international schemes were awarded £20,000 each by the UK-based [[Ashden Awards]] for Sustainable Energy
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