Power for All relies on contributions from supporters like you, and this month we have exciting news about our new fundraising campaign. We also joined leaders in Korea for the International Renewable Energy Conference (KIREC), engaged in a session on jobs at Global Green Growth Week, spoke at a meeting in Paris of Club ER, attended the Clean Cooking Forum 2019, and we entered into an editorial partnership with India’s ETEnergyWorld.
Power for All and its partners officially launched Powering Jobs Census 2019: the Energy Access Workforce, the first annual survey measuring employment from decentralized renewables for rural electrification in Africa and Asia.
It’s hard to believe that Power for All launched nearly 5 years ago. Now at 10,300 followers on Twitter, we continue to add around 300 followers per month, and our average monthly impressions are hovering around 300,000.
A series of policy briefs were released recently by UNDESA at a High-Level Dialogue on the Implementation of the United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All 2014-2019: A Mid-Point Review. Power for All’s CEO Kristina Skierka joined a panel to discuss the interlinkages between SDG7 and other other SDGs under review this year (SDG 4, SDG 8, SDG 10, SDG 13, SDG 16 and SDG 17). Power for All collaborated closely with IRENA and ILO to develop a policy brief on energy and jobs (one of 16 policy briefs related to SDG7), which were released at the event.
Power for All and a group of leading power companies will be announcing the campaign's latest Call to Action, Utilities 2.0: Integrated Energy for Optimal Impact, at the African Utility Week in Cape Town on May 14-16.
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