Mar 17, 2017: The differences between financing large scale energy infrastructure and small- or medium sized energy projects cannot be overstated.
Mar 16, 2017: 3–5 April 2017 | New York City The Sustainable Energy for All Forum is the landmark gathering celebrating the global sustainable energy movement.
Mar 08, 2017: SEforALL and the World Bank Group launched RISE: Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy on Wednesday, February 15th in Washington DC.
Mar 08, 2017: Women disproportionately make up the 1.1 billion who don’t have access to electricity and the 2.9 billion people who don’t have access to clean cooking.
Mar 08, 2017: Over the course of three days, the Sustainable Energy for All Forum will feature 33 partner working sessions on a range of topics related to each daily theme: “Productivity Matters – Putting Energy Efficiency First”; “Get it Together – Integrating Centralized and Decentralized Energy Systems”; and, “Why Wait? Seizing the Energy Access Dividend”.
Mar 07, 2017: Now in its third edition, the Global Tracking Framework (GTF) is well-established as a global dashboard documenting progress towards the three Sustainable Energy for All objectives for 2030: universal access to energy, doubling both the rate of progress on energy efficiency, and the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix.
Mar 02, 2017: This year, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Laboratory is sponsoring Emerging Markets Day as part of their annual Investor Growth Forum.
Feb 20, 2017: The 3rd Sustainable Energy for All Forum will be held April 3rd – 5th with 1,000 high-level representatives from government, business, civil society and international organizations gathering at the Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn, New York.
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Feb 09, 2017: The Public Consultation Draft of the Sustainable Energy for All Global Tracking Framework 2017 is currently live and hosted on the REN21 Website. To access the consultation document, please follow the link below, where you can register with the REN21 site if you have not done so already. Comments should be entered directly on to the web platform.