Issue | January - March 2017

Rising to the Global Energy Challenge The Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy (RISE) data platform, developed by the World Bank's Energy Global Practice with support from ESMAP, is now freely available on an online platform that enables users to customize the information they… #f79f34


New research, supported by ESMAP, indicates significant growth in the area of energy storage for emerging markets, making it possible for low- and middle-income countries to meet renewable energy targets.
Responding to clients' needs, ESMAP and its partners have created a free, web-based tool--the Global Solar Atlas--hat can help identify potential sites for solar power generation virtually anywhere in the world.
Indoor air pollution is a critical health issue that affects many households in Nepal. Approximately 75%—or 4 million—of Nepal’s 5.43 million households cook indoors, using fuels like firewood, cattle dung, or agro-waste, in inefficient traditional cookstoves. The negative health consequences—disproportionately impacting women and children—have been well documented. The collection of these fuels is an arduous process, occupying most of the day and causing physical stress. Smoke from these…
The ESMAP Global Facility on Mini Grids gathered nearly 300 participants from public and private sectors in Myanmar to share and discuss solutions to advance the deployment at scale of mini grids in the rural market.



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