Webinar: Minigrid Impact and Long-Term Sustainability of Energy Access

The number of Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE) systems, particularly for rural electrification, is growing globally and estimate suggest that 45% of the new connections needed to achieve universal electrification by 2030 will come from mini-girds. However to date a widely accepted and comprehensive methodology to assess the impact and long term sustainability of these solutions is still lacking. this webinar, we will examine the importance of integrating M&E strategies as integral part of energy access initiatives, taking a practitioner, researcher and policy marker’s perspective.

Ms Arianna Tozzi: Assessing the Sustainability of Decentralized Renewable Energy Systems: A Comprehensive Framework with Analytical Methods
Dr Aparna Katre: Sustainability of Community-Owned Mini-Grids: Evidence from India.
Dr Daniel Schroth/Jeff Felten: Overview - AfDB/SE4ALL Hub M&E approach for minigrids

To register for this event: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7601786291127373571