Today, there are over 80 million forcibly displaced people (FDPs) globally due to conflict, and complex global challenges. Efficient and economic power supply plays a fundamental role in providing basic energy access for the most vulnerable, as well as stabilizing a well-functioning infrastructure system in FDP camps. The need for innovative energy solutions to support aid actions is prominent.
In the Energy Access in Humanitarian Settings webinar held on March 23rd, development experts from Lighting Global and UNITAR teams presented examples of off-grid solar solutions deployed in aid situations, international organizations who are leading procurement and deployment activities, and how can solutions providers access these procurement opportunities.
Resource Type: Conference Reports
Language: Chinese, English