Around the world, women are innovating to contribute to the renewables revolution. Throughout Africa, many women are becoming solar entrepreneurs, such as Hilaria Paschal from Tanzania. Along with other women from the local solar energy community, Hilaria sells solar lights and cookstoves as a solution to energy poverty and climate change. In a similar project, Hansa Chaudhary, from India, has been able to provide her community with off-the-grid clean energy technology while saving money for college. As for Bhavnaben Mangabhai, an Indian salt farmer participating in a Global Fairness Initiative project, the adoption of solar powered salt pumps has lightened her chore burden and helped her save money. Photo credit: Solar Sister