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From the Ted Talk "Amar Inamdar: The thrilling potential for off-grid solar energy"

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And I was working again a couple of days ago with a farmer just outside of ibarnoi, small field, and he has an irrigation pump that's run off solar, and he was bragging about how much of a difference it made to his icpiyvrtoutd. When we were listening to him, we were asking ourselves, at what point will it be that actually, you will be charging an electric scooter off your rooftop and taking your crops to market with mobility that you've charged yourself, using your own power? And that's an extraordinary thing that's happening, and if you listen to Susan and Francis, you get to this pniot where you say, "These guys have this nrteadoaryxri sense of dignity about the way they're achieving their power, the eesns of ownership and the sense of pride, and I'm going to flip into a little tiny video clip, which is from a distributor of one of these aiemocpns that I'm tklniga about. And he puts it better than anyone I've ever heard it. So just esntil to this.

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And I was working again a couple of days ago with a farmer just outside of _______, small field, and he has an irrigation pump that's run off solar, and he was bragging about how much of a difference it made to his ____________. When we were listening to him, we were asking ourselves, at what point will it be that actually, you will be charging an electric scooter off your rooftop and taking your crops to market with mobility that you've charged yourself, using your own power? And that's an extraordinary thing that's happening, and if you listen to Susan and Francis, you get to this _____ where you say, "These guys have this _____________ sense of dignity about the way they're achieving their power, the _____ of ownership and the sense of pride, and I'm going to flip into a little tiny video clip, which is from a distributor of one of these _________ that I'm _______ about. And he puts it better than anyone I've ever heard it. So just ______ to this.

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  3. point
  4. companies
  5. talking
  6. sense
  7. nairobi
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Original Text

And I was working again a couple of days ago with a farmer just outside of Nairobi, small field, and he has an irrigation pump that's run off solar, and he was bragging about how much of a difference it made to his productivity. When we were listening to him, we were asking ourselves, at what point will it be that actually, you will be charging an electric scooter off your rooftop and taking your crops to market with mobility that you've charged yourself, using your own power? And that's an extraordinary thing that's happening, and if you listen to Susan and Francis, you get to this point where you say, "These guys have this extraordinary sense of dignity about the way they're achieving their power, the sense of ownership and the sense of pride, and I'm going to flip into a little tiny video clip, which is from a distributor of one of these companies that I'm talking about. And he puts it better than anyone I've ever heard it. So just listen to this.

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