Publication - The State of the Humanitarian Energy Sector: Challenges, Progress and Issues in 2022
The State of the Humanitarian Energy Sector: Challenges, Progress and Issues in 2022
Dr Sarah Rosenberg-Jansen and Dr Hajar Al-Kaddo. Contributing authors: Joelle Hangi, Thomas Fohgrub, Elif Demir, Owen Grafham, Eva Mach, Luc Severi, Mark Gibson, Mattia Vianello, Laura Clarke, Cathleen Seeger, Aimee Jenks, Lama Gharaibeh, Cecilia Ragazzi, Iwona Bisaga, Jonathan Archimi, Philip Sandwell, Stephen Gitonga, David Kinzuzi, Arielle Ben-Hur, Vahid Jahangiri, Surabhi Rajagopal, Ziad Ayad, and Sadiq Zafrullah.
This report provides an analysis of the humanitarian energy sector in 2022: describing the state of play in energy access, governance, policy, financing, delivery, and evidence on energy in situations of displacement. The analysis and description covers energy issues in humanitarian situations: drawing on interviews with practitioners, experts on energy in displacement contexts and entrepreneurs, results from key implementation programmes and case studies, data assessments, progress on key topics, and expert recommendations for future programming and policymaking. The report highlights the core issues needed to deliver Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 on energy in displacement contexts