Energizing Finance series
The Energizing Finance series consists of in-depth primary research and analysis by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and partners that examines supply and demand for finance across two key areas of energy access: electricity and clean cooking.
The recently launched knowledge brief Changes in Energy Sector Financing during COVID-19: Lessons from the Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone is part of this research series. It provides an analysis of international finance commitments and disbursements to Sierra Leone - one of the countries worst affected by the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak.
Two flagship reports from the series, Missing the Mark and Understanding the Landscape, will be released on 19 November 2020.
This brief provides an analysis of international finance commitments and disbursements to Sierra Leone –– one of the countries worst affected by the 2014–2016 Ebola outbreak.
Energizing Finance: Understanding the Landscape 2019 provides an update on the investments for electricity access and clean cooking.
Energizing Finance: Taking the Pulse 2019 details the energy access financing challenge faced in three countries: Madagascar, the Philippines and Uganda. The report provides crucial insights into how national contexts shape finance flows for electricity and clean cooking access.
Building upon the first 2017 report that examined financing flows during 2013-14 (averaged annually), this report updates these findings with energy access finance commitments from 2015-16.
This report aims to advance the understanding of finance directed toward the developing world’s energy sectors, covering both electricity and clean cooking.
This study illustrates how enterprises delivering access to electricity and clean cooking are being financed in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, Myanmar and Nigeria.
This report is specifically geared for government leaders, public/private finance players and energy access enterprises that play critical roles in catalyzing action on access to electricity and clean cooking.