Global Movement Advocates for Renewable Energy to Tackle Hunger and Drive Economic Prosperity.
Campaign calls for the Global North to expedite renewable energy access for Global South farmers, supporting a fair energy transition in agriculture.
September 19th, 2023. 09:00 - 10:00 AM EDT
As part of Climate Week NYC 2023, Power for All will host a Webinar discussing the intersection of Sustainable Development Goals 2 and 7. We invite you to join us to learn how distributed renewable energy (DRE) has the potential to increase agricultural productivity, help decarbonize the food system, reduce greenhouse gases, and mitigate the worst impacts of global warming.
Behind the Washington Post Headline: The Untold Success of India's Mini-Grid Solar Revolution
In a recent article by the Washington Post titled "India joins rush to renewables, but its rural solar systems fall off grid", the tone suggests that India's efforts in harnessing solar energy, particularly through mini-grids, might be falling short. This perspective, while highlighting certain challenges, overlooks the broader picture and does not provide a comprehensive depiction of the adoption of mini-grid solar technology in India.
SureChill's cutting-edge refrigeration technology, developed by engineer Ian Tansley with 35+ years of renewable energy expertise, has revolutionized cooling systems by utilizing ice and water to maintain stable temperatures for extended periods.
In our first podcast for 2023, Lungile Mashele, an Energy Economist who works for the largest asset manager in Africa, Public Investment Corporation, where she oversees energy projects, and provides technical appraisals on energy projects all over the continent, shared her thoughts on what is likely to trend in the energy sector in 2023.
In Ethiopia, Power For All has entered into a pivotal partnership with the Ethiopian Solar Energy Development Association (ESEDA). As part of this collaboration, Power For All is set to provide Technical Assistance to revise the customs handbook that was initially developed by ACE-TAF two years ago.
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Today, the Ministry of Irrigation and Lowlands launched the Powering Agriculture in Ethiopia project in partnership with Power for All, to sustainably energize Ethiopia’s agriculture system utilizing Decentralized Renewable Energy solutions (DREs) for improved productivity and incomes.
The Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE) sector in Kenya has shown a strong rebound from COVID-19 and continues to create good and stable jobs while delivering clean and affordable energy to the 25 percent of the population living without access to electricity, a majority of whom are in remote rural areas.
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Step into the energy future of Uganda's maize sector with our video, showcasing the impact of decentralized renewable energy (DRE). Understand how DRE is not just enhancing efficiency but also transforming the lives of smallholder farmers, forging a path to a more sustainable and equitable future.