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International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED)

  • International Institute for Environment & Development (IIED) was founded in 1971 and is based in United Kingdom .
  • Type of organisation: NGO

IIED is an action research and policy organisation promoting sustainable development and linking local priorities to global challenges. IIED’s energy team works with partners to make sure that evidence is grounded in local realities and priorities which then inform national and global debates to deliver on sustainable energy for all. We particularly focus on decentralised energy, cross-sector and inclusive energy planning, productive uses of energy, and financing last-mile energy services.

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Key Activities
Our current initiatives include:

• Energy Delivery Models – a collaboration with CAFOD, this is an approach and practical toolkit which focuses on cross-sector and inclusive designing of energy services based on development needs so as to maximise impacts. • A global strategic Partnership on Energy – a renewable energy access advocacy programme with partners across 5 regions • Financing energy access – tracking flows of finance to decentralised energy access; research and dialogue between investors on finance models which reach last mile customers.

• Energy Change Lab (Tanzania): a collaboration with Hivos, this initiative focusses on multi-stakeholder dialogues on key sector issues combined with practical prototyping to catalyse change.
Main Activities
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Target Groups
for clean cooking:
  • Households
  • Productive use and livelihoods
  • Communities and social institutions (including schools and health centers)
for electricity:
  • Households
  • Productive use and livelihoods
  • Communities and social institutions (including schools and health centers)
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Other themes: Decentralised energy service delivery, financing energy access, productive uses of energy, inclusive energy planning
Energy Solution Focus
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Where we work
Our regions of operation are: Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, East Asia and Pacific, Latin America and Caribbean.

Our countries of operation are: Bangladesh, Burma, Guatemala, Indonesia, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, Tanzania.
Our headquarter is based in:

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IIED works through a network of partners and does not have country offices. The energy research and policy work has been carried out in many countries across Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Latin America over the years. Current key focus countries include (but are not limited to) Tanzania, Kenya, and Indonesia.
Contact Details
We work together with the following ACCESS coalition partners: Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD), Energia, Hivos, Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) - Indonesia, Kenya Climate Change Working Group (KCCWG), Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA), World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), World Resources Institute (WRI).
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