Leading Fijian entrepreneur Dr. Mere Samisoni is on a mission to replace kerosene lighting in the villages and settlements of the South Pacific islands of Fiji with Nokero solar bulbs. She is marketing Nokero products through her Hot Bread Kitchen retail chain and on separate sales initiatives in some of Fiji’s more remote communities. Research from six pilot projects showed that rural households could make savings of up to F$720 annually on fuel, or F$3,600 over five years…

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