Apr 24, 2017: The third Sustainable Energy for All Forum took place at the Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn, New York from April 3 – 5, 2017.
Apr 24, 2017: An emerging global campaign on energy access, Shine: Investing in Energy Access for All, was revealed at this month’s Sustainable Energy for All Forum - focusing on diversifying the sources of finance to support energy access.
Apr 06, 2017: The energy access dividend: Our final day of the 2017 Sustainable Energy for All Forum focused on the energy access dividend, with sessions focusing on exploring the dividends that accure with energy services and the case for going further, faster – together.
Apr 06, 2017: According to the latest Global Tracking Framework (GTF) report, the current pace of progress on three global energy goals – access to electricity, renewable energy and efficiency – is not moving fast enough to meet 2030 targets. Read the Executive Summary.
Apr 05, 2017: SEforALL FORUM: Going Further, Faster – Together, Day Three
Apr 04, 2017: Scaling clean energy solutions is less about technology and more about policies, financing and local people skills. East Africa is a hot spot for scaling off-grid renewables and there are lots of reasons why. With dozens of iconic companies now going 100 percent renewable, REN21 asks the question, ‘Why not the entire world’?
Apr 04, 2017: SEforALL FORUM: Going Further, Faster – Together, Day Two Webcast
Apr 03, 2017: Sustainable energy provides many answers to our global challenges. From functioning clinics and heated schools, to buildings that give back energy to the system and cars that run on clean electricity, to new industrial hubs and cleaner air for the women who cook. Sustainable energy services allow us to build a brighter, cleaner future and to build that future for all.
Apr 03, 2017: We’re making progress on the sustainable energy goals, but not more speed and scale is needed. Energy efficiency holds enormous promise, but it’s not sexy and it lacks capital. Even with the political paralysis in countries like the U.S., cities around the world are making big gains on sustainable energy.