LONDON November 14, 2023 - In a significant recognition of its innovative efforts in renewable energy, Power for All’s Utilities 2.0 Project has been announced as the winner of the 2023 Ashden Award for Integrated Energy Africa. This accolade is a part of the globally acclaimed Ashden Awards, which acknowledge organizations at the forefront of tackling the world’s most pressing climate challenges.
The latest IPCC report on climate change, released in March 2023, warns of "widespread and rapid" changes needed to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and avoid the worst impacts of climate change. According to an article in The Conversation, "climate damage is worsening faster than expected" and the situation is dire. The report highlights the urgent need for action on climate change, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing resilience to the impacts of climate change.
Will governments around the world create a safety net for electricity consumers by accelerating the establishment of new renewable energy projects?
Power for All’s Matuba Mhlatajie discusses the ongoing Russian war against Ukraine and its impact on energy access and just transition in the global south with Angelo Fick, the Director of Research at Auwal Socio-Economic Research Institute and Kalnisha Singh, founding director of KD Strategies.
Power for All recently launched the ‘Powering Jobs Census 2022: The Energy Access Workforce’ report which compiles employment data from a comprehensive survey conducted across five countries and provides evidence of the potential of decentralized renewables to help achieve both United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 7 and 8.
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