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    • Bizsmart Student
    • By Bizsmart Student 31st Jul 18, 1:02 AM
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    Bizsmart Entrepreneurship Course: Charities and Providing Energy
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    • 31st Jul 18, 1:02 AM
    Bizsmart Entrepreneurship Course: Charities and Providing Energy 31st Jul 18 at 1:02 AM
    Hi! I'm a student currently participating in a summer program about innovation and entrepreneurship. My group had decided upon a project revolving around charity and portable energy. It would be really kind for anyone here to answer the questions and help us out for our research, thank you!

    What are the current means of energy sources that charities are providing for those in need? Are they effective? What are the consequences and disadvantages of them?

    How do charities provide the energy resources to areas in need in the most efficient and effective manner?

    How do charities determine what types of energy sources are the most suitable for certain areas that are in need?

    What are the people that currently lack sustainable energy with the energy they might receive?

    Do people living in rather undeveloped regions need a new form of sustainable energy? (Please provide reasons for both answers)

    How do charities know what type of approach for the design of the energy source to take in order to suit the areas in need?

    What factors determine the type of energy sources required for further development in rural areas?
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    • pogofish
    • By pogofish 31st Jul 18, 7:58 PM
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    • 31st Jul 18, 7:58 PM
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    • 31st Jul 18, 7:58 PM
    What did you make of the conditions on "research" posting that you clearly confirmed having read and understood as part of your signup..?

    There is only one board you can post this on and it isn't here!

    Reading the small print before entering into any agreement is one of the most important things you need to learn in any entrepreneurial activity

    You should also be aware of the online research policy of your institution. Acting against it might completely negate the value of anything you might gather.
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