Entrepreneur builds small hydro plants to bring electricity to Indonesian villages

Christian Science Monitor: It takes a lot of energy to keep up with Tri Mumpuni Iskandar, which seems fitting given her passion: to electrify poor, rural communities across Indonesia's sprawling 3,200-mile-long archipelago. The charismatic director of the People Centered Business and Economic Institute (IBEKA), a nongovernmental organization that develops small hydropower projects, stays on the run. Recently she visited a village in West Java on a Thursday; returned to Jakarta, the capital, on the weekend; and then embarked......

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