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Energypedia Celebrates 8 Years of Knowledge Sharing

This year, 2020, marks the 8th anniversary of energypedia. We understand that, as the world is grappling with COVID-19, the environment is not festive to celebrate our 8th anniversary. Nevertheless, these uncertain times show how online platforms like energypedia are important and necessary for promoting knowledge sharing and exchange. 
We want to take this opportunity to thank all our users, supporters and donors for your continuous love, support and encouragement. Together we have grown to a family of over 10,000 registered users and over 70,000 unique visitors (every month). We hope you will continue to use and support energypedia. If you have any suggestions on how we could improve or cater energypedia to your needs, please email them at info@energypedia.info.

Webinar on Powering Humanitarian Health Operations: Sustainable Energy Solutions

This webinar will shed light on why access to reliable energy is pertinent for powering health facilities in humanitarian settings, especially in the current COVID context. Presentations from Sustainable Energy for ALL and Médecins Sans Frontières will discuss the importance and options for achieving reliable energy access along with an example of renewable energy system implementation in health clinics. A renewable energy system specialist will then provide practical guidance for enabling reliable energy supply to build the resilience of health systems. 
When: 13 May, Wednesday at 2:30 pm CET (check your local time)
Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6549271104057505552

This webinar is part of the webinar series “Sustainable Energy in Humanitarian Settings”. It is organized jointly by the International Committee of the Red Cross, energypedia UG and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research. The webinar series is a contribution to the Global Plan of Action for Sustainable Energy Solutions in Situations of Displacement (GPA).

Call to Action: Roadmap for the DRE Sector to Survive and Flourish in the Wake of the COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has threatened many decentralized renewable energy (DRE) projects that provide essential services such as access to clean water and powering health facilities, to millions of people. Thus, energypedia has added its voice to the Alliance for Rural Electrification's call for action to redirect and adapt funds to the DRE sector. Read more…

Article of the Month

Impact of COVID-19 on Energy Access: This article includes links to the latest news and resources related to COVID-19 and energy access issues.

Wiki Tip of the Month: Create an Article

Enjoying your home office and looking for new projects to get started on? Why not write articles on energypedia and share your knowledge with other energy enthusiasts.
To create an article, log into energypedia and type the article title in the search box. If an article with the exact title exists, it will be shown under the search results. However, if it does not exists, the article title will be shown in red color. Click on the red-colored link. You will now be directed to an empty page. Fill this page with your content and save it.
Congratulations, you have successfully created an article!
►For a video tutorial, click here
Link to the help portal

Energy Sector News

New Publications

Off-Grid Solar Market Trends Report 2020 (Lighting Global, ESMAP and GOGLA)

Opportunities

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