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OPIC project in India wins green energy award

In 2009, OPIC approved a loan to India’s Husk Power Systems Inc. to build a series of energy generation facilities that convert rice husk waste into electricity to serve rural villages. This week, Husk won the Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy, a British award aimed at addressing climate change and alleviating poverty. Full story.


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