World Refugee Day and summer update

Today - June 20th - is World Refugee Day, which aims to educate the public, mobilize political will and resources, and recognize the achievements to date to address this global challenge. In recognition of this day, our partners at the Smart Communities Coalition (SCC) published this blog: Serving Refugee Communities with Tech, Energy Access, and Entrepreneurship. It highlights SCC’s efforts to demonstrate how companies, NGOs, governments, and United Nations agencies can co-design and co-implement programs that empower people and enable growth, with a focus on energy access, connectivity, and digital tools. Energy Peace Partners is proud to be part of this coalition addressing energy access among refugee and internally displaced communities.

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Spring news from Energy Peace Partners

Spring greetings from Energy Peace Partners! We're excited to share some updates from the last few months. In case you missed it, check out our newest report on the Peace Renewable Energy Credit, co-published with the Center for Resource Solutions, and our webinar presenting the report.

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Fall Update from Energy Peace Partners

It has been a busy summer and fall for Energy Peace Partners. Our team and partners are growing, and we continue to build awareness and support for advancing renewable energy in fragile settings. If you want to support this work, please visit our website, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn, and consider donating.

Click here to read about some recent highlights from the past few months.

Updates from Energy Peace Partners

Greetings from Energy Peace Partners! These last few months have been exciting and incredibly productive. We have been focused on creating the conditions for new renewable energy investment in places affected by violent conflict, and our two tracks of work - on policy and innovative finance – are advancing. We’re pleased to share a couple of recent highlights in our first e-newsletter. Click here to read more.