Indonesian island hopes to spark green power revolution

May 18, 2014

INDONESIA, Kamanggih : On the remote Indonesian island of Sumba, communities are harnessing energy from the sun, wind, rivers and even pig dung in a bid to go 100-percent renewable.


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