Having taken up her position at SE4ALL at the start of what would prove to be a year of unprecedented crises, Damilola Ogunbiyi spoke on achieving SDG7.
The Chilling Prospects Tracking Sustainable Cooling for All 2020 report looked at 54 countries finding 1.02bn people lack cooling access and remain at risk.
A new guide by SEforALL shows how clean energy investment can support countries to ‘Recover Better’, and reset their economies and close energy access gaps.
The 10th of April marked 100 days since Damilola Ogunbiyi began her role as CEO of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and guiding its strategic approach.
The 25x25: End Energy Poverty Faster initiative achieved one of the highest-scoring proposals in the MacArthur 100&Change grant competition.
Research and Development
SE4ALL released new research findings this week noting that national governments are uniquely positioned to target and support disadvantaged populations most in need of energy services by providing safety nets for those living in energy poverty.
As temperatures hit record highs, people are at increasing risk from lack of cooling access threatening a spike in global energy demand and climate impacts.
SEforALL announced that Damilola Ogunbiyi, current MD of the Nigerian Rural Electrification Agency, has been selected as the organisation’s new CEO.
Finance and Policy
Finance, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, remains drastically below levels needed to deliver universal access, states new report.
Enel Foundation contributed to the SEforALL Charrettes in Amsterdam, discussing the global progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 7.