Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative

The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) – Virtual Sessions

June 23-24, 2022

On June 23 – 24, 2022, SETI will meet for the virtual sessions of its seventh Annual Workshop on global energy transitions research. The workshop will be held virtually over Zoom, and will feature sessions focused on low- and middle-income countries related to the demand and supply of electricity; renewables; woodfuel transitions and impacts on forests; more efficient and/or clean cookstoves; energy and firms; and studies of climate and energy policy. In addition, this year’s workshop will include an especial section related to the energy-gender nexus and intersectionality, promoting the collaboration with other institutions such as WinEED and IDRC, as well as we will have an exclusive research parallel session on this nexus where our members will present the latest findings of their research.

The conference will be held between 09:00 and 12:30 Eastern Time USA, and you can find more information below.

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