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I didn’t understand the investment documents, and they’d changed the deal at the last minute. It was December 2008, the height of the financial...

When we unlock our phone or boot up our laptop, most of us take for granted that we’ll be able to connect to the internet, rarely stopping to think...

Charcoal is an essential source of domestic fuel in many sub-Saharan African countries. Overall, the region produces 65% of the world’s charcoal, with...

23.02.2021 , ​​​​​​​André Neto-Bradley and Rishika Rangarajan

Why India’s urban poor struggle to transition to clean cooking despite grave health impacts

Fire has been essential for cooking since before the dawn of civilisation. In many places across the world, traditional methods – cooking on an open...

Electrification programmes incur two types of costs: up-front costs and O&M costs. After an initial period, the latter are borne by the programme...

In the early days of the pandemic, we noticed that the data circulating about the impact of COVID-19 was coming from wealthy markets and customer...

In many ways, the ag-energy nexus presents a classic “chicken or egg” challenge. Agricultural activities need reliable energy services to...

Out of a population of 1.3B, the African continent stills counts an estimated 600M of people who do not have access to electricity. Efforts are being...

Any feasible pathway out of the climate crisis involves dramatically lowering our consumption of fossil fuels. It’s astonishing, then, that many...

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed an “interdependent” world with “huge issues of inequity,” said Sunita Narain, director general of the Centre for...