Selling Solar Panels Systems To Earn Money When Living Abroad - Investments

There is 1.5-3 billion people who are starting to use cell phones, they need electricity, this is a need that is growing much faster than solar supply.

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Hello,

Below is World Bank statistics
"Access to electricity (% of population)"

I did a sort, so we can see the countries with the least percent of access to electricity by country.

The World Bank collects all sort of interesting statistics; generally with ingenious, nefarious moral reasons, I cannot say I trust them.

Observations:

1. Running electrical lines in barren countries, mountains, islands is not profitable.

2. Poor governments sometime profit from natural resources, oil, copper, hydro-electricity.

3. Governments often do not want enable their citizens to become educated, prosperous, or powerful enough to group together, and stop governments.

4. Countries with more than 80 percent access will probably reach close to 95-98 percent access to public ran electricity grid within 20-50 years.

5. Cell phone, and smartphones has created a perceived need for electricity, television also creates a demand. Although we believe they want lighting, they will live without lights, but really want entertainment, and communication.

6. Communities seldom, almost never will work together as a unit to install one city electrical supplies.

Conclusions

For governments, and private business is it not economically feasible to install electrical lines. They would not make money, and governments are in the business of making money for the people who own the countries.

The is a great opportunity for all forms of solar business.

The biggest obstacle is the locals have trouble saving money, yet the Micro-Finance companies are now very common.

If one works with a Micro-Finance company, they locals could buy solar panels, this appears to be a "Gazelle Business" for the list of countries below.

"Access to electricity (% of population)"

South Sudan --- 5.1
Chad --- 6.4
Burundi --- 6.5
Liberia --- 9.8
Malawi --- 9.8
Central African Republic --- 10.8
Burkina Faso --- 13.1
Sierra Leone --- 14.2
Niger --- 14.4
Tanzania --- 15.3
Madagascar --- 15.4
Congo    Dem. Rep.    16.4
Rwanda --- 18
Papua New Guinea --- 18.1
Uganda --- 18.2
Mozambique --- 20.2
Lesotho --- 20.6
Mauritania --- 21.8
Zambia --- 22.1
Solomon Islands --- 22.8
Kenya --- 23
Low income --- 25.4
Mali --- 25.6
Guinea --- 26.2
Ethiopia --- 26.6
Vanuatu --- 27.1
Heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC) --- 29.2
Korea    Dem. People’s Rep.    29.6
Cambodia --- 31.1
Togo --- 31.5
Sudan --- 32.6
Somalia --- 32.7
Least developed countries: UN classification --- 34.3
Gambia    The    34.5
Sub-Saharan Africa --- 35.3
Eritrea --- 36.1
Angola --- 37
Haiti --- 37.9
Benin --- 38.4
Zimbabwe --- 40.5
Congo    Rep.    41.6
Timor-Leste --- 41.6
Fragile and conflict affected situations --- 41.9
Swaziland --- 42
Afghanistan --- 43
Tuvalu --- 44.6
Namibia --- 47.3
Yemen    Rep.    48.4
Pacific island small states --- 51.9
Myanmar --- 52.4
Botswana --- 53.2
Djibouti --- 53.3
Cameroon --- 53.7
Nigeria --- 55.6
Cote d'Ivoire --- 55.8
Senegal --- 56.5
American Samoa --- 59.3
Fiji --- 59.3
French Polynesia --- 59.3
Guam --- 59.3
Kiribati --- 59.3
Marshall Islands --- 59.3
Micronesia    Fed. Sts.    59.3
New Caledonia --- 59.3
Palau --- 59.3
Bangladesh --- 59.6
Sao Tome and Principe --- 60.5
Guinea-Bissau --- 60.6
Ghana --- 64.1
Equatorial Guinea --- 66
Other small states --- 67.8
Comoros --- 69.3
Lao PDR --- 70
Cabo Verde --- 70.6
Small states --- 71.7
Bhutan --- 75.6
St. Vincent and the Grenadines --- 75.9
Brunei Darussalam --- 76.2
Nepal --- 76.3
Nicaragua --- 77.9
South Asia --- 78
Lower middle income --- 78
Guatemala --- 78.5
India --- 78.7
Guyana --- 79.5

World Bank Statistics:

http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EG.ELC.ACCS.ZS

A 10,000 USD investments would fund one company.

Thank you,

Andy Lee Graham

19 years lived abroad, and in 107 countries.

+1-260-624-4414

hoboontheroad  AT yahoo.com

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