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Administered and funded by the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation and the Global Environment Facility, PVMTI focuses on nurturing and growing replicable business models for the selling and servicing of solar PV equipment in those countries. Throughout rural areas in developing nations, solar and other distributed clean-energy technologies are often the simplest and cheapest electrification option, compared with the expense of building new central power plants, installing a massive grid infrastructure, and running wires from the power grid.
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