Here's who won Project Getaway 2020 Scholarship for Indonesian Entrepreneurs - Liv.it

Here’s who won Project Getaway 2020 Scholarship for Indonesian Entrepreneurs

You think electricity is such a given thing, right? Electrification in Indonesia still has much room for improvement, as 20% of the population or 50 million people do not have access to electricity.

We always support affordable and clean energy, and we’ve decided to grant our scholarship to Mamun Hossain, who’s an amazing and inspiring Tech/Solar expert!

Mamun has a background in IT and Electrical Engineering. During his career, he has been through various roles in the Information Technology, Travel Management, Solar Energy, Office Administration, Software Development, Programming, and Electrical Engineering. So what is he planning to do with all this knowledge?

He is currently working on bringing renewable energy (especially solar) to rural areas of Indonesia, where there is no electricity. He is collaborating with governmental institutions and local producers in order to accelerate electrification.

His desire to make the earth a better place is what makes him the perfect candidate for this year’s Project Getaway. We can’t wait to have him here!

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