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Empowering through Light: Women and Solar Home Systems in Rural Bihar, India

last modified Jun 05, 2017 05:04 PM
ESD MPhil student 2015-16, Shivi Chandna, has research published in Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange
 Empowering through Light: Women and Solar Home Systems in Rural Bihar, India

Photo credit: Chandna

Shivi Chandna (ESD MPhil 15-16) completed her dissertation research on energy and gender in rural areas. Her work has been published as an article in CUSPE. For full article see: http://www.cuspe.org/empowering-through-light-women-and-solar-home-systems-in-rural-bihar-india/

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