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19th of June 2019
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Azelio offers its technology to increase reliable clean power supply for refugee camps in Jordan

Azelio to evaluate how to increase reliable clean power supply at all hours of the day for refugee camps in Jordan.

“It is an honor for Azelio to help UNHCR analyze how to reach 100 % renewable energy supply for their refugee camps in remote areas. Giving access to affordable and clean energy is one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and Azelio is committed to participate in its achievement,” says Ralf Wiesenberg, Azelio’s VP of Business Development who visited the refugee camp in Jordan together with his colleague Youssef Benmakhlouf.

Read the full press release here: https://lnkd.in/e32Ddtr 

In the image: Azelio’s Dr. Ralf Wiesenberg (second from left) and Youssef Banmakhlouf (second from the right) with UNHCR staff at the refugee camp in Jordan.

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