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Sep 28, 2017: For more than 1,000 years, remote villages across the Himalayan mountains in India have struggled without any electricity. Beyond the noxious flicker of kerosene lamps, the setting of the sun means total darkness. No nighttime studying. No computers. No power for income-generating activity.
Sep 27, 2017: Catch up on all Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) activity from this year’s UN General Assembly and Climate Week in New York City in our recap article – including all announcements, activity and new reports.
Sep 25, 2017: The Sustainable Energy for All Forum returns in 2018 as the landmark, annual gathering celebrating the great work organizations and individuals all around the world are doing to bring affordable, clean energy to all and power a revolution in energy productivity.
Sep 20, 2017: During the 72nd United Nations General Assembly, Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) held its formal UN launch of the new “Energizing Finance” report series with ministers and representatives from across Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Sep 18, 2017: New Global Panel on Access to Cooling to convene policy, academia, philanthropic and business leaders together to spur action and leadership in increasing access to integrated cooling solutions Rwanda and Marshall Islands to co-chair Global Panel.
Sep 18, 2017: New Energizing Finance report series highlights opportunities to spur investment in centralized and decentralized energy access solutions.
Sep 11, 2017: In another guest blog as part of the SEforALL heat maps series, Mark Lister from the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency – the SEforALL Energy Efficiency Hub – discusses the multiple benefits of accelerating energy efficiency in high impact countries.
Aug 28, 2017: New guest blog from Daniel Schroth, SEforALL Africa Hub Coordinator, African Development Bank Group, looks at how high-impact countries across Africa can have a huge impact on the overall target of universal energy access.
Aug 21, 2017: SEforALL Policy Director, Jane Olga Ebinger, blogs on the latest SEforALL ‘heat maps’ data that highlights urban-rural divide in 20 African and Asian countries with biggest electrification gaps, and how they can do better.
Aug 14, 2017: Using the latest energy data from our knowledge partners, SEforALL has launched newly updated ‘heat maps’ that help identify countries and regions around the world making the most progress – and facing the biggest challenges – on key sustainable energy issues.