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  • By Sheila Oparaocha In the energy transition discussions, the mainstream narrative assumes that people already have access to energy and that the deployment of large-scale renewable energy projects is the fastest pathway to achieve the net zero by 2050 goal. While this approach is relevant, it fails to take into consideration the reality. This reality […]

  • By Jillene Connors Belopolsky, CCA’s Chief of Staff and External Affairs, and Sheila Oparaocha, Director of the ENERGIA International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy. This week, thousands of decision-makers, women’s rights organizations, and movements are gathering in Kigali, Rwanda for Women Deliver 2023, the world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights, […]

  • By Tjarda Muller, ENERGIA While progress is being made, globally 733 million people still lack access to electricity and 2.4 billion people do not have access to clean cooking technology and fuels. These numbers show a considerable gap that has to be filled in the seven years left until 2030. The gender gap within this […]