Pollinate Energy Fellowship for Youth - Apply!

Pollinate Energy Fellowship: The Pollinate Energy Fellowship offers a hands-on work experience to youth with energy and willingness to support underprivileged population, in the social business and clean energy industries while being immersed in Indian culture.

 306 million people in India live without access to electricity, which means they rely on fossil fuels, such as kerosene, for light. This is the 25% (1/4) of India’s population. Young People based outside India have an opportunity to help these people improve their living standard through Pollinate Energy Fellowship.

The fellows will help train a new Pollinator and spend each day working side by side with them and the Indian counterparts in the local communities. They will use their skills and knowledge to use to support Pollinate Energy’s plans to grow on working bee projects.
Pollinate Energy is a social business helping the urban poor in India ‘leapfrog’ to clean and affordable technology, like solar lights and improved cook-stoves. They do this by training and developing a local entrepreneur (Pollinator) to sell and distribute these products. The Pollinator then runs a long-lasting business in these communities to continue to reach more and more people.


Eligibility Criteria
  • Applicants may be young professionals, postgraduate students, and undergraduate students in their final years of study.
  • Applicants can be from any and all disciplinary background.
  • Applicants must demonstrate interest in social business and entrepreneurship, desire to improve energy access in the developing world, leadership and teamwork experience, and must be flexible and must have capacity to work in challenging environments.
  • No prior technical experience in renewable energy is required.
The deadline for application is 29 August 2014. For more information, Follow THIS LINK to Visit the Pollinate Energy Fellowship Website

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