ACCESS, PARTNER & MEMBER REPORTS
Reports done by ACCESS Coalition, ACCESS Members and Partners.
The Poor People’s Energy Outlook 2016 provides pioneering new research into energy access planning from the perspective of the energy poor in Bangladesh, Kenya, and Togo. It finds that bottom-up national energy planning is feasible.
Report by: WWF and WRI. WWF and WRI have partnered to develop a roadmap for creating Sustainable Energy Access Forums (SEAFs) at the country level. The roadmap offers a multi-stakeholder approach to strengthening the enabling environment around investments,
Report by: CAFOD, HIVOS, IIED and Practical Action. The United Nations Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative has set ambitious goals of, by 2030: achieving universal energy access; doubling the annual rate of energy efficiency; and doubling the
Diseño de modelos de suministro de energía: un enfoque orientado a las personas que viven en la pobreza
Report by: CAFOD and IIED. Este trabajo es el primer resultado de un nuevo proyecto de investigación de CAFOD y el IIED dirigido a que nuestras organizaciones y nuestros colaboradores puedan comprender mejor los factores que permiten
Agriculture supports the livelihoods of the majority of Africans - predominantly smallholder farmers. GDP growth from agriculture is estimated to be up to 11 times more effective in reducing poverty than any other sector, and
Report by: Hivos and IIED. Renewable energy can offer real opportunities to supply people on a low income with modern energy. Renewable resources, such as solar and water, are often abundant in areas where poor
Report by: CAFOD. While the impacts of climate change are hitting the poorest countries and groups hardest, they are being felt globally, including in the UK. At the Paris Climate Summit in December 2015, the UK