Delivery Models for Sustainable Energy Access in the Developing World

At the beginning of September, the WISIONS team participated in the Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society and the IBG in Exeter, United Kingdom. Together with the network’s coordinator, we discussed delivery models for sustainable energy access and showcased the Wind Empowerment Network, which is supported by our initiative, to a global audience.

The WISIONS team, together with Jon Sumanik-Leary from Wind Empowerment and LCEDN convened a session addressing the question “What are Appropriate Delivery Models for Sustainable Energy Access in the Developing World?“. A summary of the topics discussed is available online at LCEDN here: Part 1 and Part 2.

Furthermore, we gave a presentation entitled “Facilitating Knowledge Exchange Between Practitioners in the Global South – a Pathway to Achieving Fairness and Social Justice for Rural Communities?“.

For more information and photos of the event, please visit Wind Empowerment’s Blog.

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