An African inspired dinner to raise awareness of energy poverty
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The Light Foundation is preparing for their annual Dinner in the Dark to raise public awareness of energy poverty and funds for the solutions. Over 3 billion people worldwide lack access to clean, safe and reliable energy. The Light Foundation aims to help the 1.5 billion living without a clean, affordable and good quality light source, replacing kerosene as the fuel of choice with sustainable solutions such as solar. To help fund this ambitious program Melbourne chefs Jason Jones, Jesse Gerner, Pierre Roelofs and Aaron Turner have donated their expertise to prepare a four-course African meal by solar light.