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Poor People's Energy Outlook Set (2012-2018)

By Practical Action
ISBN: 97818ppeo

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  • Synopsis
    The Poor People's Energy Outlook series (PPEO) was launched to shine a light on energy access from the perspectives of the poor. The series challenges the energy sector's focus on energy resources, supply and large scale infrastructure projects; emphasising instead that it is energy services which matter most to poor people, and that decentralised approaches are the best way to achieve universal energy access.
  • Table of Contents
    This set comprises 6 annual reports.

    Poor People's Energy Outlook 2012:
    * Poor People’s Energy Outlook 2012 examines the linkages between energy access and better opportunities for earning a living, while recognising that there are many barriers which must be overcome on the path from improved energy access to increased incomes.

    Poor People's Energy Outlook 2013:
    * Poor People's Energy Outlook 2013 focuses on delivering energy at community level, illustrating the difference that improved energy services and supply can make to health, education and infrastructure, including access to water, and street lighting.

    Poor People's Energy Outlook 2014:
    * Key messages on energy for poverty alleviation looks back at three years of robust analysis and innovative approaches to defining and addressing energy poverty, as presented in previous Poor People's Energy Outlooks, to re-emphasise the key role energy for poor people plays in development.

    Poor People's Energy Outlook 2016:
    * Drawing on in-depth consultations with selected energy-poor communities in Bangladesh, Kenya and Togo, the Poor People's Energy Outlook 2016 shines a light on the energy access priorities of some of the world’s poorest and most marginalized communities, highlighting the mix of energy solutions which could help enable them to lead the lives that they value.

    Poor People's Energy Outlook 2017:
    * Poor people’s energy outlook 2017 uses national energy planning as an entry point to reframe energy finance discussions. Poor people’s energy outlook 2017 models the least-cost national technology mix, and financing required, to achieve Total Energy Access in these countries and globally.

    Poor People's Energy Outlook 2018:
    * The world is not on track to achieve universal energy access by 2030 – but we still have an opportunity to change the direction we are heading. PPEO 2018 illustrates how we as a global community can deliver energy access at scale, while truly leaving no one behind.

    Many of the reports are available in French, Spanish and Arabic.
  • Endorsements
    ‘We are really happy to see gender issues featured throughout the PPEO 2016 and would like to congratulate Practical Action on how influential the PPEO series has been in setting the stage for SE4ALL. This edition of the PPEO continues to emphasise the need to change the paradigm and put the last mile first in energy access planning.’
    Sheila Oparaocha, ENERGIA International Coordinator and Programme Manager

    ‘It’s great to see such a clear voice coming out of Practical Action on behalf of the poor – I pray the world listens!’
    Abeeku Brew-Hammond, Director, The Energy Centre, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

    '...It is also very encouraging to see a call for action, with a practical framework, on delivering energy services to meet the productive/enterprise and community-level needs of poor women and men – bringing a more holistic and ambitious set of targets which encompass education, health, communications, and income generation.’
    Ben Garside, Researcher, Energy Team, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
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    Number of Pages 418
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