People love to play games. Video games have taken the world by storm. According to the Newzoo Global Games Market Report, over three billion people worldwide play games. But digital escapism leaves behind a huge carbon footprint. The industry is having a rethink.
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Inductive charging could soon become part of our everyday lives. Germany and other countries are already hard at work developing electrified roads.
In the West African country of Senegal, electricity is still scarce for many people, especially in rural areas. Solar-powered mini-grid systems are now set to bring light to the darkness of the villages at night. The ASER300 project will provide hundreds of thousands of rural residents with permanent access to electricity for street lighting, food refrigeration and a better healthcare system.