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Energy AccesS DOESN’t HAVE TO WAIT


Decentralized renewable energy is the faster path to power for all

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Energy AccesS DOESN’t HAVE TO WAIT


Decentralized renewable energy is the faster path to power for all

Top STORY

Campaigning: 5 Levers for Change

10 Feb 2017 | By Charlie Miller
Simple information-sharing—about technologies, business models and proven approaches to building the market—can lead to profound shifts in thinking and practice. Power for All’s Director of National Programs, Charlie Miller, has overseen the launch of national campaigns in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe in the past 12 months.

Highlights

Videos & Visuals
Events, Jingles, Comic Books
Awareness & Action

Our Latest Newsletter
Change Minds, Activate Markets

In Conversation With...
Praveen Kumar
IFC Lighting Asia


Global to Local: Access Update Around the World


Partner Profile

Notes from the Frontline: Devergy

10 FEB 2017 | By  Joe Rafalowicz
This week, Power for All partner Devergy shared an honest, tell-all look at the difficulties they faced when raising awareness of their solar micro-grid technology in rural communities, and the hard work they put into creating solutions. Read their first-hand account of the challenges they countered attracting new customers, and how they have turned challenges into opportunity.

Resources

Fact Sheet
Decentralized Renewables: 
Powering a Climate-Friendly Future

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Collective Action


We all have a role to play in accelerating universal energy access

Collective Action


We all have a role to play in accelerating universal energy access

Who We Are

Power for All is a global coalition of more then 150 private and public organizations campaigning to deliver universal energy access before 2030 through the power of decentralized, renewable electricity.

2 billion people—almost a third of humanity—are without access to reliable energy, and the majority of them live in rural areas with no established method of energy delivery. Compared to traditional approaches, renewable, distributed energy is less expensive, faster to implement, and creates a sustainable pathway to the energy needs of the developing world.

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