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For generations, the bittersweet question around the Schardin family table was this: What in God''s name was Theodore Schardin thinking in 1884 when he stopped his wagon here, on a desolate ridge blasted by every last gust of wind that swept across the prairies?
Project Development

Almost two billion people in developing countries -- one third of the world's population -- have no access to electricity. Fuelwood, agricultural residues, human power and draught animals continue to be the primary energy resources for millions of rural families. But solar electric systems could change this.