Energy Peace Partners produces original research on the intersection of energy poverty, conflict risk and climate vulnerability.
Untapped Potential in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
PRECs: Facilitating High-Impact Projects in Fragile Regions
South Sudan's Renewable Energy Potential: A Building Block for Peace
Watch EPP and CRS webinar on the Peace Renewable Energy Credit
Energy Peace Partners and the Center for Resource Solutions held a webinar on February 27 to discuss the recent report "Peace Renewable Energy Credits: Facilitating High-Impact Projects in Fragile Regions.” If you didn't have a chance to participate in the webinar, you can watch a recording of it below:
EPP interview at the Sustainable Energy for All Forum in Lisbon
EPP co-founder Sherwin Das was interviewed by Lisa Jordan, Director of the Shine Campaign, about the links between conflict, climate change and energy poverty. Sherwin discusses the work of EPP, and the potential for renewable energy to serve as a building block for peace in fragile settings like South Sudan.
Energy’s Changing Role in Relief Aid
NOVEMBER 20, 2018
Can Renewable Energy Pay a Peace Dividend?
SEPTEMBER 22, 2017