Clinton Global Initiative commits to bringing funds, training and jobs to solar

Date: 30 September 2011
Source: http://www.pv-magazine.com
More than a million people in the off-grid world will, literally, enjoy a brighter future, thanks to the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI).

Three commitments made to CGI will bring solar power to homes on several continents - as well as funding, training and job opportunities in the solar industry.

Bill Clinton

At the seventh annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City last week, former U.S. President Bill Clinton - now dubbed the "Do-Gooder-in-Chief" by attendees - announced a total of 194 commitments in 2011, valued at $6.2 billion, from heads of state, business leaders, philanthropists and academics to implement programs that will fight poverty, create a cleaner environment, and increase access to health care and education in more than 180 nations.

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