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The Energy & Microfinance Programme of Pamiga was launched in 2013 to increase access to solar energy for rural people excluded from national power...
The survey titled Exploring Kenya’s Inequality: Pooling Apart or Pooling Together by Society for International Development (SID) and Kenya National...
The cost of solar panels has plummeted more than 70 percent since 2010 and the number of new installations is more than doubling every year for...
The GSMA and DFID announced an additional £6 million in funding has been provided by DFID to extend the GSMA’s work to improve energy, water and...
The dream of most people who live off-the-grid is to be one day on-the-grid. The expectations from full power access are large: enough electricity for...
Bangladesh has become the site of an incredible but underreported solar boom. As of 2009, only 47 percent of Bangladeshi households had access to...
World Bank energy investments are categorically failing to end energy poverty.That’s the stark finding of a new report released by Sierra Club and...
In this study, we have investigated the practice of an international network of companies and organizations which are engaged in the diffusion of...

03.11.2014 , Emma Wilson, Neha Rai and Sarah Best

Public and private sector roles in financing pro-poor energy access

Donors, governments and businesses need to become more strategic about how the public and private sectors collaborate in financing pro-poor energy...
Continuing technology advances, falling prices and new financing models means renewable energy projects have become increasingly practical in...