As the energy sector is going through a transformation, there is a growing consensus that sustainable and renewable energy is a catalyst for the achievement of most other SDGs. By its very nature, energy is a strong enabler of better health, education, jobs, food production and conservation, as well as water use and quality.
By Basil Malaki Citizens have an active role to play in the realization of energy access for sustainable development. Especially in rural areas where the grid doesn’t reach all people. A previous study by the Energy Change Lab, Demanding Supply, concluded that four roles prevail; the citizen as a consumer, prosumer, entrepreneur or active citizen. So […]
By Nuzulack Dausen As the time was approaching 7:00 pm, the bulb light enables Telesia to prepare dinner for her family. There is no electricity from the national grid in this village of Namikango A in Nachingwea District but in every three out four houses there is one or more bulbs lighting the houses both […]