The Community Solar Innovation Awards 2017 recognizes and supports outstanding eco-inclusive businesses and not-for-profit organizations in developing countries that use solar energy or technologies to benefit lives in poor communities.
The ten winners of the Hogan Lovells Community Solar Innovation Awards will each receive a package of tailored support consisting of: Peer-to-Peer networking session, Capacity Building, Legal Advice, Profiling, Replication Support and Financing
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
Demonstrate entrepreneurship and innovationApplication of solar technology in a productive wayHave the intention and potential to become financially sustainableBe locally-driven or locally-ledDeliver social, environmental and economic benefit.
DEADLINE: August 16 2017
To apply and for more information visit here