The explosive growth of the renewable energy markets occurred specifically in the industrialised countries, including China. Many countries of the Third World lack the necessary resources to develop their infrastructures and, in particular, a reliable supply of energy and electricity. The traditional utilities in Europe, particularly in Germany and France, made dozens of billions of Euros of deficit, and their stock market value fell dramatically; they had to reorganise themselves to become renewable energy utilities. Africa has a special “Clean Energy Programme”, called the Africa Renewable Energy Initiative. China’s role in renewable energy deployment in its rural areas is all visible in the field of bio-energy. Next to the giant China, neighbouring Nepal has been developing its biogas resources since the 1970s. The best approach is to go for a photovoltaics system with battery storage in combination with a biogas unit.