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Unlocking Climate Finance to Accelerate Energy Access in Africa

Débloquer les financements climat pour accélérer l'accès à l'énergie en Afrique
diaporama powerpoint , rapport Apr 2021 ; 77 pages
Ed. SHELL - London
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The climate crisis is the world’s greatest existential threat − but the race to reduce CO2e emissions and achieve global net zero is often perceived as at odds with the scale of economic growth needed to tackle poverty in emerging markets.
Robust research now disproves this tension. A recent study by Catalyst Off-Grid Advisors shows that the quickest and most affordable way to deliver inclusive economic growth in Africa is in fact to invest in ‘Decentralised Renewable Energy’ (DRE) solutions such as household solar systems, solar mini-grids and electric or LPG cookers for people who live on $2 to $10 a day.
This opens the door for a new wave of climate-first funders to support the DRE sector, a sector that has mainly focused on the social value of energy (improved income, health, education and resilience) for the 790 million people across the globe who live without electricity and the further two billion people who are denied sufficiently reliable, affordable power at home, at work, at school and for health and community services.
Linking SDG 7 to SDG 13
Why Africa’s electricity access deficit matters
Africa’s backup genset epidemic
Why clean cooking matters for Africans
3-Pillars of SDG 7
Pillar 1: Electricity Access
Pillar 2: Greening Back-up Gensets
Pillar 3: Improved Cooking
4-Call to Action


Acteurs de coopération , Economiste , Décideurs locaux ou nationaux

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accès à l’électricité (CI) (DT) (OP) , chaleur - cuisson (CI) (DT) (OP) , finance climat (CI) (DT) (OP)


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