A foundation of multi-stakeholder collaboration, local partnership, and opportunity for impact drives the Energy Access Project’s research and engagement strategy.
From rural electrification and clean cooking to deepening our understanding of energy’s central role in development, the Energy Access Project seeks to bridge the academic and practitioner communities to support data-driven solutions to addressing energy poverty.
Find information on all of our projects below. Find information about the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) here.
The Energy Access Project is addressing issues around cooking technologies and their impacts on households.