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Professor brings clean power to African villages

From Cambridge, he trades stoves for solar panels

Robert Lange, a retired Brandeis University professor, prepared a solar power unit to be installed on a hut in a Tanzanian village. He wants to expand the project to Masai villages. Robert Lange, a retired Brandeis University professor, prepared a solar power unit to be installed on a hut in a Tanzanian village. He wants to expand the project to Masai villages.
By James F. Smith
Globe Staff / March 21, 2010

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Where nightfall once meant only darkness in the tiny Tanzanian island of Tumbatu, now there are 200 points of light. (Full article: 1073 words)

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