Transitioning energy, creating green jobs in Myanmar

20 years ago, Aung Moe Win visited a nearby village and saw a diesel generator being used to produce electricity. He gathered the necessary funds – mostly his own savings – and installed a 30kW generator, set up distribution lines, and connected the village’s 290 households, all without any formal training.

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Top trends for energy access in 2019

Power for All gathers together various predictions and trends that we see unfolding for electricity access and the distributed renewable energy sector in 2019.

DRC Mini-Grid Market

Home to 80 million people, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the largest and fourth most populated country in Africa, but also the least electrified. SEforALL Africa hub in conjunction with the African Development Bank published a market assessment as part of the Green Mini-Grid Market Development Programme (GMG MDP) document series. Here we highlight the key messages.

In Conversation: Ben Attia, Wood Mackenzie Analyst

The head of off-grid energy for advisory firm Wood Mackenzie makes his predictions for 2019, including an increased role for strategics, an "identity crisis" for the sector, and perhaps less private capital.

Campaign Update: January 2019

Power for All and partners kicked off the Decentralized Renewable Energy Data Network (DREDN), further advanced the Utilities 2.0 pilot in Uganda, hosted #PoweringJobs focus groups in 3 countries.