This article is the tenth entry in SolarPower Europe’s 10-part blog series on ‘What’s Hot in Solar’. “Low-cost solar has enormous potential to enable socio-economic development
Solar is one of the most equitably distributed energy resources in the world. All countries in the world have access to sunlight regardless of population, land or economic wealth. Being one of the cheapest sources of electricity, solar can significantly contribute to the socio-economic development of developing countries and in particular Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 “Universal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy by 2030” and SDG 13 “Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts”.
Join SolarPower Europe’s Emerging Markets Workstream
The Emerging Markets Workstream aims to reduce barriers to solar deployment by addressing the key regulatory, administrative and bankability challenges in emerging solar markets.
If you are interested in joining this Workstream, contact Máté Heisz.
If you would like to receive our Emerging Markets newsletter, subscribe here.
Key activities and deliverables:
Webinar: Financing solar ipps and c&i in africa with the support of the get invest finance catalyst
The Workstream's Activities around the World
At Digital Solar & Storage 2019, SolarPower Europe’s Emerging Markets Task Force and Digitalisation & Solar Task Force launched a joint report, ‘Digitalisation & Solar