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University of Sheffield powers a rural village in India

Recently the University of Sheffield and partners in India an dthe UK, successfully helped a remote village in India gain access to electricity for the first time. 

The project, funded by RCUK Energy, RCUK Digital Economy and the Indian Department of Science and Technology, involved a multinational team, including the Universities of Exeter, Nottingham, Leeds and Herriot-Watt in the UK, and IIT Madras and Bombay and Visva Bharati University in India, to develop the integrated technology in Pearson Pally, which they then trained local people to use and maintain.

To find out more and to watch a video about the project, click here.

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