Making Markets Work – Models for Private Sector Engagement in Humanitarian Energy
Making Markets Work | Models for Private Sector Engagement in Humanitarian Energy
The access to energy challenge in humanitarian settings is significant and growing. These rising energy needs present an opportunity for private sector engagement, and collaboration, in displacement settings.
What are the lessons learnt around partnership models for private sector engagement in humanitarian settings and how can we strengthen collaboration going forward?
Dalberg, Mercy Corps, Shell, IFC, GOGLA, and GPA warmly invite you to a dialogue series on public-private-partnerships in humanitarian energy. In three panel sessions, a wide range of experts will share their knowledge, expertise, and learning.
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Session 1: Private sector engagement in humanitarian energy 101: ‘The need, the obstacles, and the opportunity’
This session aims to build a common understanding of the importance and challenges around private sector engagement in energy access in displacement settings. Facilitated by Dalberg, the panel will comprise leaders from Shell, Mercy Corps, and IFC Lighting Global.
- Gaurav Gupta, Partner & Asia Regional Director, Dalberg Advisors
Session 2: Speaking from experience: ‘Private sector learnings from engaging in humanitarian energy’
This session aims to bring to life, the real-world experiences, perspectives, and lessons learned from energy enterprises who have engaged in humanitarian settings. Facilitated by GOGLA, the panel will comprise of leaders from Schneider Electric, BrightLife, and BBOXX
- Susie Wheeldon, Head of Communications and Insights, GOGLA
Session 3: Collaboration models to develop energy markets: ‘Market-based approaches’ vs ‘Procure and distribute’
This session aims to bring energy enterprises and humanitarian agencies together to discuss collaboration models that pave the way for partnership – what works best and when? Facilitated by the GPA, this panel comprises of leaders from UNHCR, d.light, GIZ , and Mercy Corps.
- Thomas Fohgrub, Strategic Lead, Global Plan of Action for Sustainable Energy Solutions in Situations of Displacement (GPA) UNITAR
- H.R.H. Prince Jaime de Bourbon de Parme, Senior Advisor on Private Sector Partnerships, UNHCR HQ
- Charlotte Heffer, Director of Partnerships, d.light
- Paul McCallion, Senior Energy & Environment Officer, UNHCR Bangladesh
- David Otieno, Program Director, GIZ Energy Programme, Ethiopia
- Cecilia Ragazzi, Senior Advisor Access to Energy Lead, Mercy Corps