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Featured Photo: Partnering to expand access to off-grid power

(From left to right) Amitesh Sinha, CFO, Greenlight Planet; Anish Thakkar, CEO, Greenlight Planet; Loren Rodwin, Managing Director of Small & Medium Enterprise Finance, OPIC; and Thomas Vajda, Counsel General, U.S. Consulate in Mumbai at a... Read more...

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“The most predictable economic transformation in modern times:” OPIC COO John Morton featured in Quartz

Renewable energy investment in developing countries jumped 36 percent between 2013 and 2014 and now exceeds the level of renewable energy invested in developing economies, OPIC Chief Operating Officer John Morton, wrote in this piece... Read more...

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Featured photo: Solar panels offer a clean source of electricity in rural India

  As the Paris Climate Conference (COP21) brings together leaders from every end of the globe to share ideas on what we can do to combat climate change, we’re highlighting one of the several projects we’ve supported to help... Read more...

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Featured photo: Diversifying Peru’s energy production

Plant workers join Peruvian President Ollanta Humala for a ceremony dedicating a 20 MW photovoltaic plant near Moquegua, Peru on November 10. Supported by an OPIC loan, the Solarpack project is supplying power to Peru’s national grid and will... Read more...

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OPIC featured on State Department’s Dipnote Blog

A home lit at night by an off-grid power program in Nigeria.   “This year has been declared the “Year of Light.” It is easy to see why.” OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth Littlefield wrote in a recent post on the... Read more...

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On World Energy Day a look at one innovative OPIC partner that delivers solar power in a box

On World Energy Day, we feature a young girl in Nigeria who is able to do her homework after dark with the help of a solar light powered by Lumos, an OPIC partner that provides off-grid solar solutions to remote communities. With the support of... Read more...

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Ten facts and forecasts that illustrate the demand for renewable energy in the developing world

OPIC is an active participant this week in Secretary Kerry’s Climate and Clean Energy Investment Forum, focused on clean energy and energy efficiency in the developing world. As the forum kicked off on Oct. 20, OPIC President and CEO Elizabeth... Read more...

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How OPIC is advancing the use of renewable energy around the world

This week, Secretary Kerry will host the Secretary’s Climate and Clean Energy Investment Forum, focusing on investments targeting clean energy, energy efficiency, and climate change in the developing world. Investors, corporations,... Read more...

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OPIC’s support of the Caribbean Energy Security Initiative featured on State Department’s DipNote blog

“Energy security is a major challenge for the Caribbean,” OPIC Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff John Morton wrote in a recent post on the State Department’s DipNote blog. “The region is largely dependent on relatively high-cost... Read more...

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Featured photo: Building a wind power plant in Jamaica

                            Workers near Malvern, Jamaica help excavate a construction site where wind turbines will be raised in the... Read more...

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