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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

Frontier Markets: Islands, Eagles, States

2 Jan 2016 | By William Brent
The buzz around decentralized renewable energy has so far mostly been in East Africa and South Asia, i.e. high-flying Kenya and massive India and Bangladesh. Yet from island nations, to the rise of the Nigerian eagle, decentralized energy markets are primed for growth in new frontiers in 2017  —with millions more people gaining the opportunity to access clean, safe power.

Highlights

Video
The Case for Climate Optimism
Al Gore highlights the cause

Our Latest Newsletter
What's on the Horizon:
2017

In Conversation With...
Audio Q&A with Thomas Andre
Schneider Electric


Global to Local: Access Update Around the World


Partner Profile

Vulcan Impact Investing & Steama.co

19 OCT 2016 | By William Brent
Power for All partners Vulcan Impact Investing and Steama.co are leading the mini-grid charge in Kenya. A new report titled “Powering Productivity” investigates various factors that can make or break the value of a mini-grid. It highlights key learnings from their 10 mini-grids in Kenya and points to huge potential for community-based clean power. 

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

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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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