On 23 January 2018, Majd Jayyousi and Neil Simcock facilitated the “Energy, Electrification, Equity: the Role of Decentralised Electricity and Storage Systems in Meeting East Africa’s Community Needs” workshop that was held at Strathmore University in Nairobi. The workshop was organised under the EVALUATE project in collaboration with Strathmore Energy Research Centre. The purpose ofContinue reading “Report on EVALUATE Electrification Worksop in Nairobi”
Read more about about the final EVALUATE project event, held in Manchester.
The EVALUATE project has issued a policy brief focusing on the overall recommendations of the project, as well as a list of indicators to measure energy poverty.
A new EVALUATE policy brief on the lived experienced of energy poverty is now available.
CURE members convened two sessions and gave three presentations on energy vulnerability at the 2017 RGS-IBG conference.
The EVALUATE team gave invited talks at several high profile events in June, as Harriet Thomson reports.
Last week EVALUATE’s Harriet Thomson was awarded the Economic and Social Research Council’s Outstanding Early Career Impact Prize
A new EVALUATE paper explores the complex spatial dimensions of energy justice, poverty and vulnerability.
Exciting findings on the energy poverty-gender nexus, emerging from the EVALUATE project, have recently been presented.
Over the past few months EVALUATE work has been presented at a number of international conferences, as Harriet Thomson reports.