This new report by ENERGIA is a synthesis of the evidence generated by ENERGIA's five-year research programme, and it presents a prioritised selection of key messages and associated policy implications.
The research, conducted by nine teams, with 29 partners working in 12 countries, explores the linkages between gender, energy and poverty in six thematic areas: electrification, productive uses of energy, energy sector reform, role of the private sector in scaling up energy access, the political economy of energy sector policies, and women’s energy entrepreneurship. The programme was funded by the UK government's Department for International Development, under its Sustainable Energy, Access and Gender programme.
The full publication “Gender in the transition to energy for all: From evidence to inclusive policies” can be accessed and downloaded here. If you would like to get a recap, please check out this blog post on the ENERGIA website.