DescriptionThe workshops and participatory sessions across both days focussed on how to enhance effective energy access across the Global South (whilst smoothing the path to low carbon transitions) and at the same time address the series of challenges linking access to waste. The second day of the conference included a session on Theory of Change, an approach to the design, monitoring and evaluation of development programmes, aimed at academics and researchers applying to international development targeted funding (e.g. GCRF calls).
Individual Sessions included:
- Delivering Impact Through Partnership
- Data in Energy Projects: Information is Power?
- The Potential for Biogas/AD to Improve Energy Access and Reduce Waste
- Energy Storage Challenges
- Designing Modern Energy Cooking Services
- The Future of Modern Energy Cooking Services: For Who, by Who and How?
- Community Energy Systems in the Global North and the Global South
- Energy Resilience Projects and Research Priorities
- The Energy on the Move Initiative
- Theories of Change in Development Research
|Period||3 May 2019|
|Location||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||International|