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Of the 17 million homes in Bangladesh that are cut off from the electric power system, 3 million rely on energy from domestic solar panels called Solar Home System (SHS). In these mainly rural areas, the start-up Solshare installs nanogrids (basically micro-networks) that allow individuals to share their electricity with roughly a dozen other homes, of which some are equipped with solar panels and others not.

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Nanogrids for sharing solar energy peer-to-peer



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