Resources: Reports

Transforming Energy Access Final Report (Engineers Without Borders UK)

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Author(s): Engineers Without Borders UK Publication date: Sept 2018 Publication type: Report Overview: Engineers Without Borders UK is a charity leading a movement to put global responsibility at the heart of engineering. To achieve this, our movement works to change how engineering is perceived,...

Gender and Energy: Energy linkages with Gender, Productivity and Inclusivity

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Author(s): M.S.Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) Publication date: July 2018 Publication type: Report Overview: This report present outcomes of the MSSRF Gender Energy Network India Workshop held on 26 April 2018 in Chennai, India, and is focused on linkages between energy and gender,...

Mapping the UK Research & Innovation Landscape: Energy & Development

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Author(s) : Bagley, Chris; Brown, Ed; Campbell, Ben; Cloke, Jon; Cameron, Scott; Collings, Simon; Gunning, Rebecca; Kabell, Henriette; McDonnell, Jennie; To, Long Seng; Turner, Britta Final publication: April 2018 A review undertaken by the UK Low Carbon Energy for Development Network, Energy 4...

Powering the Crowd into the Future: Key Learnings & Recommendations for Energy Access by Crowdfunding and P2P Lending

Author(s): Cogan, D., Weston, P. Publication date: December 2018 Publication type: Report Overview: This report – Powering the Crowd into the Future: Key Learnings and Recommendations – provides a summary of knowledge gathered by Energy 4 Impact during its three-year, UK aid-funded Crowd Power...

Green investment diagnostics for Africa: what are the binding constraints to investment in renewables in Kenya and Ghana?

Author(s) : Pueyo, Ana; Spratt, Stephen; Bawakyillenuo, Simon; Osiolo, Helen Hoka Publication date : June 2017 Publication type : Report Summary : The vast potential of renewable energy is failing to be realised in many African countries, in spite of the many pledges made by donors and...

Improved cookstoves: next generation ideas

Author(s) : Open University (UK), African Centre for Technology Studies, Gamos, The Nairobi Women's Hospital, United International University, Institute for Globally Transformative Technologies Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Publication date : October 2016 Publication type : workshop report...

Cost and returns of renewable energy in sub-Saharan Africa: a comparison of Kenya and Ghana

Author(s) : Pueyo, A; Bawakyillenuo, S; Osiolo, H. Publication date : 21 April 2016 Publication type : Report Abstract : The allocation of finance for the provision of green electricity in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) should be informed by two questions. Which generation technologies are financially...

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