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Technology and policy mapping for sustainable energy access in the global South

Dr Wassim Dbouk

This policy brief captures outcomes from a research-to-action project under the Association of Commonwealth University’s Commonwealth Futures Climate Research Cohort.

The project focused on examining the cooking space in rural communities in Fiji, Ghana and Nigeria, and aimed to map alternative energy sources and technologies to gain an understanding of the main drivers and barriers that influence the effectiveness of policy development on the subject of clean energy for cooking in rural communities in the Global South.

Within this context, this policy brief proposes pathways to present individual governments and partnering international development organisations with options to consider while developing and implementing effective and targeted policies to drive the clean energy cooking space in individual countries in the Global South.


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