Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership

Founding Year: 1992

Staff:

Budget:

Nicholas K. Akins (Chairman)

Is a “non-profit international organization, composed of the world’s leading electricity companies.” It aims to “play an active role in global electricity issues within the international framework and to promote sustainable energy development through electricity sector projects and human capacity building activities in developing and emerging nations worldwide.”

Work areas:

  • Solar
  • Hydro
  • Wind
  • Energy efficiency
  • Transportation electrification
  • Capacity-building

Publications:

 

Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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