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Charcoal production, a predominantly male activity, is being reformed in Senegal's Kaffrine region to reduce the negative impacts on the environment and include women on all levels of the value chain. Empowered by the Second…
Power distribution utilities are often hesitant to operate in urban slums and informal settlements because of perceived low return on investments—additional costs to reach slum dwellers, high risk of electricity theft and equipment damage
Almost 85% of households in rural Myanmar have no electricity connection, creating hardship, perpetuating poverty, and stalling development.
In this edition: India-Brazil knowledge exchange on integrating renewable energy into grids; mapping out pathways to sustainable growth in Vietnam; efficient urban transport in Sri Lanka; ESMAP Knowledge Exchange Forums on energy efficient…
In this edition: ESMAP and Clean Energy Ministerial to join hands to help countries integrate renewable energy in grids; still far to go to reach global goals of universal energy access and doubling sustainable energy; economic costs of…
In this edition: ESMAP report on how countries can scale up variable renewable energy in electricity grids; ministerial panel on energy subsidy reform finds common themes among country experiences; new renewable energy mapping and energy…